Gresham Belson Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in my apartment for anyone to use when they have a drink. We also just walked around and we found a fry shop called “Friterie du Café Geogette” and it was absolutely amazing. We ended up getting a sauce called Dallas and it had a little kick to it, but was fantastic! Jokingly all day we would imitate different professors and what they might say about different buildings or squares that we would walk through. Surprisingly, we actually missed the ability to have ...
... While hurtling across the country side they feed us. On the French side the train is up high above the countryside. We stop in Lille, France twenty minutes later where we pick up more bureaucrats coming off the TGV (french high speed train) going to Brussels. Of course we are in a new time zone so it is one hour later. Our stop is about 10 minutes. All of a sudden it is dark! Daylight savings... ...
... and hard to take in all at once. Naturally we saw the Manneken Pis on the way, and the counter-statue, the Jeanneke Pis.
We took a break at the Delirium Village, a conglomeration of cafes/bars with lots and lots of beer. So of course, we had beer. The full drink list is quite thick and fun to look through.
Refreshed, we'd thought to continue on, but it began to rain, ...
... us a slice of pizza before charging us less than half price. One of his friends was also having dinner and was excited to be able to taik in English to someone, he was from the Netherlands and after a year of living in Belgium hadn't found anyone that can speak fluent English. It was a good little night out as we listened to the chef teaching his friend how to speak Italian. We then had an early night before a big day tomorrow.
... Avenue Louise and the tram stop. That end of town is much nicer - much more upmarket.
Home for a cuppa with D and J before they headed out to a dinner. Out 3 to 4 times a week at functions - guess it is part of the job. We had dinner with Steph and Judy - lovely little meat pie made by the chef plus a salad. Then, it was time to do some blogging. It does not get dark here until around ten, so we have been having some late nights. Will need a rest when we get ...