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... as the best being double fried in proper fat.
There was quite a buzz about the place with lots of people attracted to the city but also to the Gay Pride big parade. The Capitaine had told us it was on and said as they like uniforms he would not be wearing his!! There were hundreds and hundreds of gays taking part and many more watching. Within the floats there were, drag queens music, dancing, and flag staff jugglers. About 30 ...
... to spend my time in Brussels with. I only really did one touristy thing, taking the free walking tour of the city, but apart from that I mostly hung out with my new best friends, wondering around the city and drinking lots of beer! I think I have drunk more beer these last few days than I ever have. But it was so good! There is a bar in the denture of town called Delirium. It have over 2,500 beers in stock. The menu is as big as a phone ...
... but never got a chance to book a trip on it. Both my previous road trips to the mainland had been through ferry crossing into France. With an idea to do something different in mind I booked my tickets on the euro tunnel. The channel tunnel is a 50 km tunnel linking the UK with the rest of Europe. The tunnel carries high speed Eurostar trains and the world's largest vehicular transport train, ...
... a/c. We waited a long time for the new room, and actually are still at the lounge waiting for it. I am disappointed in the expensive hotel that bob's conference is at. And to be honest, Brussels is not that great. Better places to see than the beer capital. Though we are trying to sample as many different kinds as we can! success in that!!!
Last night, we had something to eat at a ...
... times – making our own entertainment at all other times. Compare this with life on board a passenger ship with hundreds if not thousands of other people? This morning after breakfast I went down to the main deck and stood by the rail watching the sea rush past. I don’t know how far away I was from the surface, say 10 metres at a guess, but close enough to hear the water against the side of the ship. Then later, I stood on the monkey island – ...