Hotel Cascade Louise
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... make custom maps for people!) and then lots of camping stores for some seam sealer/glue. We then fuelled up on caffeine and knowledge at the nearby Starbucks (free wifi) before heading on to Buckingham Palace. We got a few of the usual photos here before heading back to Kings Cross. We met up with Kuan one final time and had lunch in a pub close to the station. We finished up with a desert of summer berries, clotted cream ...
... before the Jemelle stop, the one right before Libramont.
Getting off in Libramont, we ran into a bunch of school children also getting off. It was kinda chaotic. We found the main desk, and asked the guy about the bus tickets. He said he thought the Go Pass would cover it, to ask the bus driver. We went on, asked her, and sure enough were good.
We dragged our stuff to the back of the bus, and were sitting around some students around our age. They ...
... a tour called Historium which was a story of two young people's infatuation that explained the history of the city through their story. We had audio headsets to hear the videos being played. We walked from room to room which was decorated to fir the scene. Smells were pumped into the room, lights were used like lightening, snow fell, and wind was blown to help us experience what they had in 1528. We spent time wandering the city and had a great time of it.
We went to ...
... we didn't have to go far for some regional brews as there was a well stocked bar on the main floor. We were right between the ethnic and tourist parts of town, offering all sorts of small supermarkets or restaurants with different foreign foods and only a short distance to the cities main attractions.
Our first full day began with a visit to an original friterie which still remains in a small booth amidst modern ...
... the St. Michel cathedral, a pretty park with espaliered linden trees, the Belgian Parliament, and the Palais Royale (where the king has his offices). The Belgian flag was flying, so that means the king is somewhere in the country. The current king, Albert II, is 70, and his eldest son, Philippe, is waiting in the wings. Not many Belgians are crazy about Philippe because apparently he has no sense of humor and comes across as a bit of a dud. The second son is something of ...