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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 ...
- More fancy looking museums, which we of course did not actually visit.
- The American Embassy. An interesting aside: I was one of the few of us to actually make away with a picture of the Embassy. As we passed by, we naturally all took pictures, save for our ...
... wandering from cafe to bar to restaurant throughout the city of Brussels with a great group of people from Texas, Georgia, California and Minneapolis. They come here every year for this weekend so I went to many of the local spots they have discovered over the years. Being with people on my first day was very comforting and probably helped me to not have a panic attack when I landed! So a huge thank you to Neil and his friends for making me feel welcome in their group, ...
... of the corrugated iron lined trenches and into one of the bunkers.
The ‘big’ drive from Ieper to Ghent was an adventure and Belgium has a real mix of badly cracked concrete and cobble stones topped with failed asphalt for its roads. Both are horrendous at anything more than 20 km per hour (for those of you who aren’t really interested in the quality of some Belgium roads, I am sure Greg is really sorry for boring ...