Hotel Dukes' Palace
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First rehearsal in the Basilica in Brussels today. We're still based in Brugge, so we had an hour to travel to Brussels, which took a bit longer as there was an overturned truck on the motorway - earlier in the morning they were reporting a 30km traffic jam on the radio, but it was down to a couple of kilometres by the time we came through.
Into the Basilica and sat for quite a while in our sections backstage (the back half of the church, laid out with 1000 chairs where we will ...
... indeed tiny. It felt like we were on a scavenger hunt and we had found the sneaky tiny clue that the Hunger Games designers had planted to "help out".
As Team Australia and Team Texas were celebrating the culmination of a nice tour and a very nice last ride, Team Maui arrived - the team with the GPS. They had even taken a few wrong turns but finally made it! ;-) They told us funny stories about speaking pidgin Dutch to survive, like ...
... campsite we packed up our tent for the last time and headed back towards France and to the port of Calais. This car journey only took about an hour. Soon we would be boarding a ferry to take us back to England; however we had researched that Calais has a large Carrefour supermarket, so we made sure to take advantage of the lower tax on alcohol and stocked the car up with a trolley load for consumption over the next year.
... Ken managed to plummet to his death… surely he would have had to launch himself away from the bell tower… The film is flawed! This is why it needs another viewing!)
Coming down was possibly worse than going up; the concentration required not to plummet down those 366 winding steps is immense! Although luckily, by going up so late in the day, no-one else was coming up as we were coming down… a handy little tip for future ...
... police escourted them, and kids would peel off when they passed their side street. It was everything you ( I ) wish you ( I ) could see in back in the States.
After that it was two trains back to Paris. The first had one almost hiccup. The French call the southern Brussels station ' Brussels Midi' while the Belgians call it ' Zuid' If I hadn't picked up on this I would have been at Brussels' central station wondering where ...