Hotel Rastelli Tervuren
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Notre derniere journee etait tres bonne and nous nous sommes beaucoup amuses ce matin.
Apres les cours nous sommes alles au Café des Arts pour le dernier fois a dejeuner avec nos amis.
Nous avons dit 'au revoir' a tout le monde et nous avons commence notre voyage de retour.
Nous sommes chez nous maintenant. Nous avons emballe les valises and les enfants sont au lits. Nous sommes ...
... in the kitchen and went to a Celtic bar with an awesome guitar-playing singer inside. After a drink we decided we were all shattered, so I grabbed my second waffle of the day and we headed back to the hostel.
Due to the drilling downstairs and the excitement of the arrival of the mysterious Lysa (the woman/man staying in our dorm) we played a few word-games and went to sleep.
Amsterdam, here we ...
... the Eurostar, it left from Waterloo so it was lovely to see what a great job has been done in creating the newish annex to Kings Cross Station. We checked in and before long were en route to Brussels (via Calais and Lille). To celebrate Mum's first time in France, albeit at speeds of hundreds of kilometres an hour, we popped a bottle of champagne, as opposed to sparkling wine - the ideal accompaniment to our eggs rolls with french mustard. ...
... to understand and navigate with ease thanks to Kat speaking Dutch.
Grand place was so much fun, its filled with little side streets packed with boutique chocolate shops and some very trendy eateries. We went a little nuts on the chocolate shops, I have never seen such intricate displays, it must have taken them hours. we also had the luck of running into some Christmas markets here and we had the best mushrooms of our lives. so ...
... crosswalk and the cars will just automatically stop for you- this may sound like a dumb thing to like, but as someone who walks everywhere in Nice, it's huge!
After our night out taste-testing renowned Belgian beer, we ventured to Bruges, an adorable little tourist town about an hour outside Brussels. Here, mainly English and Flemish (Dutch) are spoken more than French, and it was ...