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What bliss to finally arrive in Brussels. We certainly enjoyed Helsinki airport as it had a definite identity..lots of reindeer things for sale etc...and the lady there was happy to make sure our luggage would be on the plane with us and not left in Helsinki.....and I'm sure if our luggage had left Sydney she would have organised it!! However after …
... a couple of snacks and just people watched.
Our flight was called and we sat in the waiting gate and as the photo's showed it has an amazing glass dome that was too good a picture opportunity to miss, soon we were boarding and as we entered the plane i went oops wrong plane but no the seats were amazing as the photo;s will show.
We soon were preparing for flight and the Senior Flight Attendant was still trying to get my system to work when in typical Aussie ...
... about the place. Walking around the central area again in search of a reasonably priced pint. Brussels seems to be an expensive place to live/see. Most places we looked at were 6-8 euros. After much walking we eventually decided we should just cut our losses and sit in a Brasserie overlooking the Grand Place (square). We ordered two Belgian 'blonde' lagers and I have to say, they tasted pretty bloody good, even at 8 euros each! The atmosphere in the square was strangely soothing ...
... it isn’t quite as touristy. Worth the trip if you are already in Brussels, in my opinion. We had lunch at this cute Thai-Indian-European fusion food place before heading back to Brussels to see Jessie off.
Saying goodbye to Jessie was sad, but we had a nice, full weekend and made the most of each others company! Jessie put it best: ”it’s not goodbye—it’s see you later!” I am so thankful to have such great friends and so ...
... got lost. After asking for directions (this will be a recurring theme of our Belgium trip!) we found Ieper, a beautiful town that was the site of some of the worst battles in WWI. After walking around the town square we quickly found a chocolate store ... Imagine! We sat down to have some famous Belgian chips for lunch and then walked around the town. The Menen Gate was an incredible site. There are 55 000 soldiers that died ...
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