Formule 1 Charleroi
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... The museum is right off the Grand Place, and we got off the Metro at the Bourse (the Belgian Stock Exchange building). This required that we make a metro transfer and we almost had a terrible incident.
As we were coming down the escalator, we realized that there was a train on the tracks. We decided to run for it. Joe jumped in one door, and I jumped in another with Bryn in my arms. Sage was right behind me, ...
... I now know why I got the face I did from a friend when I told her I was staying in that part of the city.
I've always thrived being around a lot of ethnic minorities. In fact, I prefer being around a diverse group of cultures instead of just one dominant culture. Walking through seedy neighbourhoods in New York City and San Francisco never bothered me. However, doing so in this ...
... from the hotel and walked to the North station to catch my train. The first train, to Cologne, had a car with broken A/C (where my reservation was, of course) so I sat on the accordian-style connector between two cars for two hours. My train in Cologne was late by 45 minutes, but they wouldn't tell us why or how long it was going to be. I sat on the platform waiting for the train, afraid to go into the station for dinner, until it got there. When I got ...
So after pushing through France we arrived in Belgium, and found a football pitch to pull up on, it was soooo great, our first nights bush camping!
During the trip you are in a group for cooking and truck duties, I am in a group with Peaches (Rob), Mr T (Travis) and Nicky (she's not got a nick name yet), and we decided to name ourselves The A Team, we also managed to agree to go first, so we arrived ...
... full and realized it wasn't that good after all. We ate lazagna and spaghetti with ham and cheese.
After our dinner we layed low in the hostel bar for the night because the city was dead, It was nice to relax for the night though. Our bartender was very nice and gave us the low down on the customs of brussels (no tipping required) and we met a lot of other travelers who had just arrived that day as well. One of the ...