Hotel de la Basse Sambre
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... I felt so much better the next day. I got up and went to the train station to get my tickets to Cologne. They were more expensive than I anticipated, especially for such a short journey. I also pre booked my Zurich ticket which cost 100 euro.... it makes English trains look good value.
Now i'm not really one for museums or old churches, which was good really as there is little to see in Brussels. I had a little walk round and got some noodles and ...
... from Tennessee and Arkansas as well as some Au Pairs who work in the Brussels suburbs. On top of everything we got to see M83 which was an AMAZING show! But waking up early to make my train was definitely a bit rough.
This morning I took the train to Koln, Germany. It was the celebration of carnival or as a friend told me Fashing. Simply because everyone dressed up for the weekend. It is basically Mardi Gras for Germany, ...
... confronted by the awesome sight of the Butte du Lion, a huge black lion statue sitting atop a man-made hill overlooking the Waterloo battlefield (which is actually much closer to Braine-L'Alleud than the town of Waterloo, but I guess the image makers of the day figured "The Battle of Waterloo" had a much nicer and more memorable ring to it than "The battle of Braine-L'Alleud". ;)
I took the opportunity to check out some of the famous scenes of the ...
... our fingers and admiring our food babies, we were not at all ashamed when a group of good looking Portugal guys came over and commented on our empty plates. When we could walk again, we got up to head back to our hostel. On our way back, we saw a bunch of people standing against the side of a church in the distance. For some reason, we were certain that all these men were peeing on the church wall. This could not ...
... to the skeleton they are not sure anyone knew was there, including Napoleon.
The Archaeologist Erwin contacted yesterday shows up on a bike and out of breath. Her name is Anna and has slept in – again, but not for two nights. She tells the history, showing around the pieces they have excavated, adding in details about the desire to develop it and the group’s intervention, saying they’re pretty sure something is here; you may want to check before you dig it all ...