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 ...
... for a medieval carnival. Turned out to be a waste. I was expecting basically a Renaissance fair with parades. We arrived to a charming village. As we got closer to the city center drums were beating and music played. We found people dressed as witches, superheroes, and sailors. It was basically a big Halloween party in the streets with mini parades of people. There was drinking everywhere and hoards of people pushing in the streets. Anyone who knows Katie or myself knows we are ...
I had a very brief visit to Brussels. I met a new friend in the carpool from Paris to Brussels (while I was headed to Brugge). He is a student at one of the universities and invited me to stay at his place. I had a lot of fun; I lost count, but there was something like 7 students living in the house, all from various European countries. They were all so friendly and interested in getting to know me.
I got in around 7pm and we went out to dinner ...
... pilgrims form the first pilgrimage were sustained Ono the muscles that Belgium is now famous for. The shells show the way of the pilgrims and they all lead to a St Jacobs church. Nifty. Guddy is planning to do part of that pilgrimage, picking it up in Spain. Not that he plans anything really.... We went back to the marketplace and discover some markets. Nice. It was all fresh produce and the square was full of Brugges-ite locals all filling their bags and ultimately the ...
... main square but there wasnt. There was just a rather strange scaffolding thing which vaguely resembled a xmas tree and which people could climb up presumably for the view. There was also a rather nice nativity scene complete with a couple of sheep. There are a variety of stalls in the streets around the square and there was a fairly festive feeling in the air.
I think that the main square in Brussels is very attractive and there was enough bustle about the place to make it ...