Hotel Rastelli Tervuren
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... in on a glass of wine at Place de la Liberté. I leave, and walk past the sidewalk cafes that border the square, and further into the district known as the Marolles. It's a strange realization that I won't see this neighbourhood again on this trip, and not for the first time, I have to try and ignore the lump in my throat.
Walking home through the residential neighbourhoods, I understand how attached I am to this place. After a rough ...
... bloke he does not know what he has let himself in for. So he picked us up and through us into the air a nd I called heads and we landed on our heads but lucky for me Baz landed heavily on his first so i won (Baz here i have a splitting headache now so i cannot report).
Well we were shoved into his bag and left in the dark ...
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 ...
... visit to Belgium would not be complete without visiting or mentioning Chocolate, for which it is very famous. Chocolate shops are everywhere, each with their own exclusive chocolate fountain, oozing chocolate from layer to layer, and shelf after shelf of every type and kind of flavoured chocolate imaginable, certainly a chocaholic's paradise. Outside one shop/factory was an 8 ft tall baby elephant in chocolate, the old adage of "how do you eat an elephant, one mouthful at ...
... in Germany, apparently. Another great moment was while boarding the train in Düsseldorf: another grumpy German woman was in the middle of some type of tirade as she alighted the train, rambling off a bunch of funny-sounding German (indeed, all German sounds funny) and then finishing with a "HALLO" as she saw us staring at her and waiting for her volcano to settle so we could board.
We had an excellent hearty winter lunch along the river, then found hot chocolate in ...