IBIS Budget Hotel Leuven
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Sleep-in until 9am, then into town for breakfast of omelette, croissant and bacon roll.
Visited the tourist information office who told us there was nothing on in town today - how wrong they were!
Wandered via the old square, but as it was raining there weren't too many takers at what they describe as "the longest bar in Europe". …
Up at 7am, breakfast in the hotel, then walked to the train station for the 9.15am to Liege.
Arrived in Leige with 15 minutes to buy a ticket to Leuven (Louvain in French - that will be relevant later), and back onto the platform for the express train (34 minutes).
Arrived in Leuven, found the hotel we had earmarked, but their website said …
... negotiated a while and now we are riding in a cab for 500 Euros (apparently all my time negotiating prices in Asia really didn’t help). The game started 40 minutes ago and there is still 100km to go. ****. But this guy is driving like an animal so we are hopeful to make the third.
I can't wait to go back to Leuven the week before Queens’s Day. I have met so many great people and it will be a riot to hang out again in a great place with great ...
Woke up at 430 and headed down to the street to find a fresh layer of snow and the airport taxi waiting for us. The trip to the airport was quite quick at that hour although the only lights we could see was the large petrol refinery near the airport. Heaps of staff on counters and we were checked in and through in a short time. It was like Ryanair when they called rows 20 to 27 everyone started rushing forward as if they were playing chairs and were worried ...
... her homework. We later found the girl on the platform and talked to her, before she correctly informed us that our train was waiting and we had no explicable reason to be talking to her rather than boarding our imminently-departing vessel. We got back late to Brussels for our last night, and of course had to go out. We found a lively bar which had been recommended to us, with table dancing and Kriek (cherry-flavored beer) on tap. I met a Belgian girl (Christelle) who again ...