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... and spent about 30 minutes in there looking at the buildings in the city square. All of them were built between 1694 and 1698 and all are very ornate with lots of gold and lots of detail. We also looked at a shop selling macrons but we were good girls and didn't buy any. A nice man helped us to find the right tram back to the Brussels Midi station and we set off again to board the Eurostar back to London. When we hopped off the train we headed down the Very Steep ...
... to pay an extra 2 pound fifty for new sheets despite there already being a sheet, doona and pillow on each of the beds. Deciding not to splurge on new sheets, we later found out why this was offered the following day when we saw the cleaner 'making' the beds, which did not involve putting fresh sheets on.
After a couple of hours rest we woke and chatted to our new roommates. We were in a female dorm and met an eighteen year old Australian travelling by herself ...
... their nations uniform or costume to dress the little boy in, for example Japan a mini Karate Outfit. This little dude was super cool, so cool I bought a souvenir bottle opener where the little doodle is where the wine bottle screw sits.
After visiting this little guy we headed off to find the Chocolate and Cocoa Museum, turns our Chocolate Museums aren't too keen on Monday's and were closed, darn. So we continued our little stroll and stumbled across another museum that ...
... 10 hours as we visited cute and fascinating little towns and villages, stopping to explore, or buy drinks and sit at the cafes. A longer day than planned so the meal we were going to prepare was put off and we ate potato chips on the return train journey then straight to bed. However, they had introduced us to local specialties along the way such as jambon d'Ardennes, strawberry and cherry beers.
Sun, a slower start then with Evy by train to Brugge. We wandered through ...
... buildings and finally to the
luggage collection area. Of course the luggage was late, however it
finally arrived. I got it and discovered that something had leaded
inside, but I couldn't do anything until I got to my hotel.
To get to the hotel I decided to catch the
train into the city and then the metro to the nearest metro station.
It was easy catching the train but there were no signs to guide me. I
made it to one of the main ...