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... asked if all four of us wanted hot chocolate and I said no, just two of us! Bwahahahaahah!
Another very exciting part of the day was Pete getting into his first fight! Let me explain: we were walking though the Grand Place to find a grocery store, when a group of guys in matching t-shirts swarmed around us. One of the guys (the only Asian one actually) was dressed in an inflatable Sumo suit and was holding two pillows. He shoved a pillow into Pete's hands ...
... it was past the day to celebrate.
And if you hadn't worked it out by my subtle hints along the way, I will now tell you why I am celebrating.
13th April. Two years today since I left.
And if a wonderful tour, and one of the best friends I now have is a 'congrats' for making in through some pretty tough times alone, then...then Thankyou.
Because I'd never have been in this hostel tonight if I'd packed in early...
And I'm really glad I was.
... but not a great location for evening strolling. Last night we went out for a bite to eat and John asked for a cheese plate with no bread. He got a luncheon plate piled with cheese cubes served with mustard!
We hear the German trains are going on strike this weekend so we hope that ICE will still go from Brussels to Frankfurt ... Maybe have to come up with a plan ...
... thought of spending a night in the city where I have friends and an apartment is just too much to handle). I persuaded her to put me on standby, and headed for security after making a phone call home.
Sitting at the gate, I did some math. The flight was going to be full, but I was counting on other travelers to be stuck back east because of the winter storms. 10:30 rolled around, and I had still not been called. The flight was leaving ...
... the old town area again and made our way to the Manneken Pis. The area was full of tourists, a lot busier than when I was there with Mum and Dad…when it was just the 3 of us in the cold street!! We (almost) pushed our way through to the little gate to take a few photos…this time he had no clothes on at all but had wonderful flowers growing all around him in pots.
And so the chores of traveling – it was time to do our laundry! ...