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... that the brass band is just ahead of the carriage in the parade and has to hustle up the hill to keep from being overrun! We then boarded our buses to visit the St Symphorien Cemetery of German and Allied war graves from the first world war. It has the graves of the first and last Allied soldiers who died during the official period of the war, with the last soldier perishing just 3 minutes before the 11th minute of the 11th hour... Our ...
... was constantly beeping as people went through unchecked. What a waste of time!
We queued a while for boarding passes before heading to customs. This was painfully slow. At the end, the customs officer requested Nat to complete a departure card which was taken off her when she received her visa. Then another security gate. I didn't even bother taking off my belt and emptying my pockets. As expected, a beep, a pat on the ...
... 1.00pm, so we still had to
stay awake until that night, to help accustomize ourselves to the local
turns out that we arrived on a Public Holiday (a four-day weekend holiday) – we
had previously thought that the holiday was on the Saturday only. Naturally, a holiday in Europe is celebrated
with markets, stalls, musicians, entertainers and of course, the customary
eating & drinking on the sidewalk cafes.
Did we ...
... for a picnic. for the afternoon, most of the group went to Tower Hill while Maureen and I went to the Britsih museum since we had both already seen it. In the evening we had our first tour meeting and then went for fish and chips for dinner. This morning we got up at six for the bus and have just arrived at our hotel. We have an evening in Brussels and then will be off to Amsterdam in the ...
... mussels prepared in various ways and beer. Eager for your business, the haglers calling to you to come in and eat as they throw the menu in your faces. You can actually bargain with them and with a little luck, score a beer on the house or rearrange the offered €20 menu with items you want on the €25 menu and still pay the €20. For our first dinner in Brussels, we figured what the hell and went at Le Jardin de l'Ilôt ...