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... good shape and got themselves into the A Grade section. They danced extremely well but with the standard being very much higher than in Budapest last year, they knew that it was going to be no easy task. Regrettably, they were unable to make it to the final six, being knocked out in the semi-final. [Mum and Dad felt they were robbed, but then I guess that’s what Mums and Dads do.] In truth though, the finals of the ...
... over!! Ugh! I just got a refund and went on my way! My final stop was the chocolate store! It is reported that Dumon not only has the best chocolate in Brugge but in Belgium. It is owned by a lovely lady and her daughter. Dad, I had a real chocolate covered cherry! That still had the pit! I wanted to bring a couple back but was worried that customs wouldn't let me - as you aren't allowed to bring fruit into ...
... pedals, amps, and music in general. We spoke about crazy effects, awesome guitars, recording and touring (on his part) and writing. He showed me the main square in Antwerp, with a huge hall (no sorry I don't know the name), and at night it was amazing. It boded well for the rest of the city I was yet to see.
Once we had one drink at the next bar, we headed back. He dropped me off at the hostel, and I went up to my room, and fell straight asleep.
... the frites and sat in Parc Leopold for a little observing the ducks play in the pond and watching bachelorette parties bicycle by. Then we continued the walking tour of Brussels. We headed towards Central Station and Grand Place which the typical place to go when you come to Belgium. There we grabbed waffles as we walked along the streets towards the Sablon and the old walls of Belgium. This walking tour encompassed ALL of Brussels! We even got to hit ...
... giving further instructions and I was very relieved when he didn't fine us.
Once we arrived at the Brussels Midi train station, we still had to take two subway trains to reach Brussels Centraal the city’s historical city center. I got the impression from online posts that it was a short connection from Brussels Midi but getting there by subway took us over an hour. This included the time to find ...