Hotel Le Monte Cristo
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Merinda, Cam and I hired a car and drove from Brugge to Mons. On the way we stopped off at Waterloo, where Napoleons final battle took place on the 18th June 1815. To be honest I didn’t really know too much about this and any French history I had learnt at the start of my trip became a blur and mixture with history from other countries. So …
Sunday 21 September A day to explore Brussels by metro and foot. Went to buy tickets for the metro but it is all free today, Monument,nets Day or something like that. A bonus for us anyway. There were no cars in the city centre either so decided to go to places a bit outside the centre? Got the metro to the European Parliament and did a tour of that. An interesting tour but one can't help but wonder at how any decisions ever get made with so many competing ...
... homes I had imagined. There were many boutiques and cafes. I toured the Van Gogh museum on Friday. I did the Picasso museum last year and find that I prefer art museums dedicated to one artist. It's interested to see their progression. Also, the size of the museums allow you enough time to take in other sights. So, what do you think about the ear pencil sharpener sold in the gift shop: funny or in poor taste? On Saturday morning I went to ...
... Place and headed home.
So that was our weekend. It was basically one huge final test of all our skills we picked up over the last two months: how to ride a bus, how to ride a train, how to talk to locals, how to become un-lost, how to be a tourist, how to read a map, how to wait long periods of time, how to keep calm, and how to roll with the punches. I guess we passed since we survived it all. Only a few more days until I'm back in the states! See y'all ...
... br> We made it back to Maastricht around 11:00 thankfully because I had class the next morning at 8:30. If we were stuck in Liege, of course the first logical thing I thought of was to walk back to Maastricht. I figured since it was only a half-hour train ride it could only be about a 3 hour walk right? Yeah, I looked it up and it would have taken us 6 and a half hours to walk to Maastricht. I don't know what I was thinking, but we made it nonetheless.