Le Relais Du Marquis
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... connotations. However the focus of the exhibits inside are dedicated to the positive aspects of atomic science. It is 102m high. Lots of fun family entertainment being held in the park here as well. Back into the metro to the main station to sort out tickets for Bruges. Could not find the right road to get home so caught the metro back to our local station! Went and had a look at the Grand Place in the evening. It was packed and looks wonderful all lit ...
Breakfast in the hotel. On tram 3 half way then changed to tram 7 to Heyzel. Unique construction built in 19.. For world trade expo. Afternoon Tintin tour took us to louvena where the Musee Herge is located. On the way back got off near the metro station Shumann and walked thr' European Union parliament & all EU village call Europa. Had dinner at Brussels Grill at De Brockere. Walked back to the ...
... complete Europe map set. But I digress.
We finally got to the block where the hotel was supposed to be. No hotel. Ron went into a nearby hotel and asked for help. Turns out we had the wrong address for Hotel Mozart. (We talked about two different hotels before making the reservation and MAYBE I put in the wrong address. Don't tell anyone. So we get the right address and try again. After going in literal circles, turning ...
... on the tram when I’m late for work (he almost makes being late worth it). There are the interns of course, from all corners of North America and Europe. There are the good friends I’ve made – ironically, mostly Canadians, though it wasn’t intentional – and some of the more peculiar people who I won’t necessarily miss. There's the person my roommate and I snuck into our apartment, giggling like 15 year old schoolgirls in a British ...
... what ever pace she could muster and me sprinting back and forth. Feeling good after our run we continued the health kick and went to the local supermarket to cook us some healthy (and cheap!) dinner. During dinner we made friends with the hostel crew and played some drinking games (the hostel had banned drinking games? WFT but we played anyways). It was such a treat to play the games with absolutely exceptional beers at about 10% of the price it would cost me in Perth. ...