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... exclaimed "We have to learn English, because English speaking people do not bother to learn other languages" - this is indeed true. It might have also helped us that we knew our way around Paris already this time and we are now A LOT more travel savvy than before. We were looking forward to the evening because tonight at 9pm we see the one... the only... MOULIN ROUGE!!! The moulin rouge lived up to (and surpassed) every expectation I had. It was glamorous, ...
... a little bit of bile into my mouth. My eyes were watering and my hands were shaking and felt like I had pins and needles. Nathan thought that is was hilarious. We arrived late at night but we made it to Paris ok and found our accommodation easily which was Saint Christopher's Inn (the same place that we stayed at last time were in Paris). The last thing we did before we went to bed was book tickets online to see the Moulin Rouge tomorrow night! Super ...
... equipped kitchen which allows us to cook and refrigerate stuff. The kitchen is also shared amongst two other rooms but as there is no one else here it is pretty much ours!
The only downside to this place is that there is no television in our bedroom so if we want to watch the olympic games we have to go downstairs to a communal lounge area. Other than that, this place is very good! It's comfortable and has a homey feel to it, probably due to the rugs and bric a brac ...
... school got out) so we went back to the hotel for an afternoon kip.
Later in the eve we wandered out again for some dinner and tried to find a brewery that was used on a couple of the beer tours of Brussels. Unfortunately our navigation took us through some interesting places not far from our hotel, and we didn’t find the place, so we went back to the hotel and asked for some recommendations. We were sent to a great Belgian restaurant ...
... Antwerp! Both cities have impressive central market squares which echo the constant hum of activity off their encircling historical towers and steeples. In Brussels we toured one of the royal palaces for a peek at grandeur, but found an equally striking church on a tucked away street in Antwerp. Flying solo one day of our stay, Kenny and I visited a small nearby town, Bruges, nicknamed the Venice of the North. After signing for our bike ...
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