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... for my meals. Please send us to the Belgium cafe and restaurants where we can eat authentic local food. Thank you Dad for small favours. So we headed to the train station and had breakfast. I already confessed to Nadzha that I needed her to pay for today. She was ok with it but I can see her worrying about money. Lord please breakthrough! I hold on to your promises that you will provide and not to worry. So we had waffle for breakfast. That was delicious and hot. Nadzha took ...
... From Paris Norde, (main station) we took the underground/metro to Champ-de- Mars, right next to the Eiffel Tower. When we came out of the underground we were shocked by the number of people on the street, it was packed. People heading towards the Eiffel Tower and people heading away from it, hawkers trying to flog little tiny replica's of the tower to every tourist that walked past. It was total bedlam trying to walk the 300m to the Novotel Eiffel Tower, but the ...
Today was relatively slow compared to other days. There is little to do in Brussels other than eat and drink so that is all we did today. We ate another waffle each, a cone of chips and our usual three course meal. Mark also drank a number of Trappist beers.
I also did some shopping and ...
... after Aussie tourists.
After our excellent mid-afternoon snack we were cold, wet and our feet hurt, so we decieded to go home. We got back to the hostel and I have written up to here on the blog but the wireless is tempermental to say the least... and Renee just finish the Hunger Games (book 1). We havn't found books 2, even though we've been looking for the past couple of days... but as they say in the classics: Good things come to those who ...
In many ways it was good to leave Paris and Brussels was another new adventure. WE arrived late in the day and discovered our accommodation right in the heart of Belgium's Arabic community. Interesting in that it was yet another language that we didn't speak, but more so as its another cultural mix I was expecting in the middle of Europe. I should also say that walking with two blue eyed blondes all day gained us a lot more attention than normal, oh ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility