Hotel Queen Anne
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Our journey began an the nice decent hour of 1 a.m. Thursday morning. I got about 3 hours of sleep before we had to head to our 2 and a half hour bus ride to London Gatwick Airport. We arrived at the airport with plenty of time to spare because our flight was not until 7 a.m. The flight was about 45 minutes which was really convenient. When we arrived at Brussels International Airport, it finally hit us that we weren't in an english speaking country anymore. Figuring out ...
... to spell it ) Cards for their 'brother.' All the towns junk was on sale but apparently no food. Eventually I found a quiche, and ordered with my fluent, rolling french, (and a lot of pointing). As always, my 'Merci' was impeccable.
It was here that Chris tried out a public toilet, only to find that it was cleaning as he was in there. He came out with his pants
The scenery is either really pretty, with little villages etc, ...
... parents house on the weekends and comes back with clean clothes and food for the week. When we got home we made BRUSSELS SPROUTS!!! They were delicious.
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... on the way back...I tell you now hehe) Arriving in Belgium and getting a shuttle to our hotel was exciting too because we didn't know what to expect there either... Alas beautiful, 4 star success was greeting us ;) We met some friendly British festival veterans and a whole lot of other festival go-ers from lovers of music to lovers of the experience on our first night....but the best time was had when we met up with Chili ...
... day - very grey & looked like rain but didnt . Was very cool in the wind earlier in the day but did warm up later. It is such a pretty city but my photos won't do it justice without a blue sky background to show off the beauty of the buildings.
Around 1 million people live in Brussels & it was founded back in 979. The locals speak french or flemish and most of the city ...