Ibis Brussels off Grand Place
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... br> This day, was our extra euro rail day, we put the euro rail card to work, so the train from Amsterdam to Centraal was planned. We had to go to Luxembourg, the next country in our tour. The route- Amsterdam-Brussels midi-Luxembourg, a 3 hour route via quint little cottages passing by, farm cows, windmills, lush green meadows and rains. The train started at Brussels Centraal but since we had little time to catch the next train, we opted to get in from Brussels midi. A visit ...
... kid has more outfits than Elvis with a museum housing over 900 different ones. Sometimes the city make shim pee beer or wine and on those days it's free to whomever!
Now for those feminists out there don't worry, the Manneken Pis was given a little sister squatting in the streets in the late 1980's. Empowerment to women everywhere, Girls Can Do It Too!!
Wandering about the old town we bypass one of the most overpriced and unused buildings ...
... eating chocolates, waffle, beer...good thing we walked like we did or you'd have to roll us home! The comic Tin Tin and Smurfs originated in Brussels. They are very proud of their comic strips. I got a cute Tin Tin sweatshirt. They have a comic strip museum we might try to visit tomorrow. We might also go to the royal palace and check it out. Cheers to ...
... little Italian restaurant. I had lasagna and Harlea had a sausage sandwich. Our waiter had a little crush on Harlea so it was a fun experience every time he would come to our table and wink at her.
On Sunday we slept in a little later than we had planned. We had walked so much on Saturday and we had been sick since Friday, that our bodies just crashed. As we were getting ready, I received an email from a fellow colleague of Junior Achievement (JA). ...
... disaster struck! Doris stepped off the belt and stood still. She had to adjust the walking stick and the bag and get her balance and have a chat with her 14 or so posse, the whole time Jo was coming right behind her. Jo, realizing that if she didn't at quickly she would thrust Doris to the ground did a quick little elide step around the bag, the stick and the Doris. Remember where I was? Yep, right behind Jo! In the few seconds it took no to move out of the way I was on top ...