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... at 8.30 and grabbed some Belgium fries on the way for some energy to go with our smuggled in Jaegermeister. We found our way to the front rail and secured our front rail spot for the night. Netsky crowded out main stage (and not NZ standard crowded, tens of thousands Tomorrowland standard crowded). Set went off and me and Sarsha had alternate drink and toilet missions to keep the rail spot. Next up at 10.30 was Hardwell. This is the first of the ...
Hello from Brussels!
This has been such a different city. For one thing, it is much smaller than the other cities we have been in, which has been fantastic for our feet. It also seems to have a much slower pace than the other cities, which is a nice change as we feel that we have been running around everywhere so far.
The bus to Brussels was a bit rough. We aren't sure if we were on a bus or the Polar Express with all ...
... weekenders from neighboring cities and countries.
Bob claims that he is exaggerating only a little when he says that the number of sunny days that he remembers in Brugge can be counted on the fingers of one hand. We are luckier.The day is bright and we leave Brussels on the 8:21 train. The train is empty, we have the car to ourslves, and the hour ride is pleasant. We get off at a very modern station (with a Starbucks), but once we cross ...
... where you could sample local chef's creations....Claire had some Vietnamese lettuce rolls and Wouter and I shared some hand made ice cream. It was really busy but quite blustery and cold so we didn't stay too long. We walked through the old town to the Graslei and Korenlei the two banks of the river Leie. The river is more like a canal and the medieval houses are very picturesque and there are many cafes and bar without side ...
... we'd risk the rain. It turned out to be a wise choice.
We took the metro line 6 from our local stop, Louise, all the way to the Atomium's stop. After a short walk, or run if you are Bryn, we reached the Atomium ticket office. We were able to purchase a joint ticket for the Atomium and Mini-Europe, and then we started the tour. To get to the top globe of the Atomium, we rode up the ...