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... to try to combat the blood diamond trade out of Africa. Something like 80% of the total world trade in legitimate diamonds passes through Antwerp and it is a trade that the Belgians jealously guard. We looked around for cast-offs and possible left behinds, but no such luck.
... to describe as elderly. I think there are only two of us from Seattle, and the other Seattleite has taken 10 RS tours. There are two couples traveling together from Raleigh, and they've got that drawl. I couldn't tell if one of the men was saying "friends" or "France" and, later, "lion" or "line."
I did find out that wi-fi can be bought for 24 hours, or else it's free in the lobby. I'll try out the lobby and see if it works okay.
Praying for a generous sandman ...
... and Maria (two girls from The Netherlands on a short break), had a chat with them for a bit, before going over and got an AWESOME Moroccan sandwich with them.
I was pretty much ready for bed by 8:30, from being so exhausted from traveling so much. But I pretty quickly got distracted talking to people on my laptop, and did a little bit of writing. Eventually went to sleep, ready to head off to Paris the next ...
... Then, Friday. Gavin came back into town to get some use out of his eurail pass before finals started at GTL. It was going to a regular night out in Brussels, hitting Delirium and Celtica. A good night, a fun night, but nothing crazy. And it seemed to be going that way! We met some people one girl who had a very strong southern accent from West Virginia, a chill Australian guy, and one Turkish man who was friendly. After getting to Delirium, we left to ...
I was relieved when we arrived at the platform and boarded the train. We could sleep for an hour and a half until our arrival in Paris. As I snapped a few photos of the French countryside, Suzie and Eunice were already dozing.
Because there was no direct train to Brussels from Amboise we had to make a transfer in Paris. Once we arrived, we took the subway from Austerlitz to Paris Nord. It seemed ...