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Today began over twenty four hours ago when we left Houston. Neither Hugo nor I managed to sleep more than an hour on the plane. He crashed when we got to the hotel but managed to rally for mussels. He rallied again the next morning for a waffle. He's all about ...
... down. None of us were prepared for the terrifyingly cold trip, but alas, we made it.
First stop in Brussels? Food. And what to have for our first meal? A belgian waffle of course! Several of us enjoyed a waffle for our first meal, and it did not dissapoint. Loaded with fruit and chocolate and whipped cream, the waffles were every bit of nutrition our mothers would want to make sure we are getting on the trip!
... any size to the hotel: *****e. And it surely turned out to be.
We got out of Brussels quickly, enjoyed a good highway with no traffic and made really good time. We stopped a couple times at rest stops, which in Europe generally include a gas station and decent food. At the first one, I ignored the two guys using the side of the building as a urinal. Guys here seem not to mind doing their business in public, but they usually turn their back.
By this time ...
... Belgian waffle is the king. I dream about those babies. Needless to say I enjoyed it immensely and came home completely covered in powdered sugar. Happy girl.
Yesterday, we a coach tour to Ghent and Bruges. I would definitely recommend not doing a tour and just going on your own. Bruges is very pretty with lots of old buildings and canals. Definitely lots of places to poke around in, but it is extremely touristy. If that's what you're up for, knock your socks ...
... We managed to see the famous Atomium from afar for free (standing on the top floor of a parking garage), which is like the Eiffel Tower of Brussels. Then we went to Jubelpark which was beautiful with orange and maroon trees. The last thing we had time to see before getting food for the train was the Royal Palace which was enormous and had gorgeous architecture. Overall, Belgium was an awesome country and I am very glad I got to go.
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