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... had to turn it off. Someone needs to teach that guy some manners. I got sick of the annoying American so I went up to my room and spent the evening watching the TV show Castle on my iPad. Tomorrow I think I'll head into Brussels and in particular visit the City Square which I understand is quite historic. There are also an awful lot of art museums in Belgium, but I was never really into art so I think I'll give those a miss and perhaps visit Waterloo ...
... Place with a menu we could read, and this still resulted in us ordering strange cherry beer wine. The free longneck of beer at the end was a lovely surprise though.
After buying some delicious berry meringues and belated easter eggs at one of the hundreds of chocolate shops in the city, we meandered back to the hotel.
With an extremely early morning facing us tomorrow, an early night is looking pretty ...
... of Europe than I have seen of some of the residential areas of Brussels, but I’m ok with that. I’ve been all over Belgium, and will have visited 8 other countries (Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Slovakia, Hungary and Norway) by the time I leave at the end of the month, with another two (Malta and England) following in March. In a way, I feel like I’ve stopped drinking beer and eating chocolate and in doing so am missing an ...
... a Dash 8, so pretty small, the ordeal that they went through must have been awful, and it's not something that's adequately conveyed in the news stories. The landing gear wouldn't drop, and they could feel it not dropping, repeatedly. The pilot kept trying, but no dice. Finally, he announced that they would have to do a hard landing. All of Zurich airport was closed, and the firetrucks and ambulances brought out. For 30-40 minutes they circled in a ...
... and now off to bed. Tyrone met up with a friend of a friend who passed on two very heavy bags to take back to Kenya. That sounds a bit dodgy now that I write it, but I can assure you they are filled w lots of books and clothes and shoes that have been donated and will go to help the orphanage he is working at there! This means that rather than a 'from bed', goodbye wave. Cait and I will also be up at 5am to help him lug the 40kgs of bags to the train station. ...