La Legende Hotel
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My first day in Brussels started very slowly indeed. This was a pattern I'd started to notice was developing ever since I started the solo part of my trip (I'm sure you have too if you've been reading this blog avidly. Actually I'm so far behind, you probably haven't). It's sort've odd, because before I left home this solo part was something I was …
... platform to collect us and take us home to the windmill. She is such a nice girl! And now herein is 12:48am and I'm just finishing this entry and then it's off to sleep for me as I have a big day ahead tomorrow and because it's the middle of the night and I don't do well on no sleep. So, as you read this say a little Happy Birthday Clive....in exactly one hour and twenty minutes he will be 24 years old! I can say with all assurance that this time 24 years ago I was just doing ONE MORE ...
... town square but this year the council had paid an artist a lot of money and this was the end result. Four euros and you could catch the lift to the top or walk up. I'm sure councillors would have been patting each other on the back when they discovered a new way to wring a few more euro's out of the visitors. No tour is complete without a visit to see Manneken-Pis. The little statue is less than 2 feet high but people gather around the little fella getting ...
After finishing lunch I left the food area and
had a look around the airport for a bit before heading over to the
gate that I had to be at. Soon enough I came across the security and
a long line to get through it. As easy as it was to get into Athens,
it was much harder to get out. 20 minutes later I left the security
area and made it to the gate. I pulled out my netbook and discovered
the free airport wifi, so I used that then did a bit ...
... and shops. There are all sorts of street performers and it's really neat watching them. Off to the side you can walk through the Barri Gotic (Gothic Neighborhood) and enjoy some of the old city. This area is also home to the Pablo Picasso museum, which is a great place to see some art.
If this still isn't enough for you to do, you can catch a cable car to the top of Montjuic and catch a view of the entire city. There is a castle up there where you the ...