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Day 2 in Brussels was a wet day ...
... languages, Dutch, German or French, then you are at a disadvantage. Fair enough as English would be the fourth language.
-we did a nearly 2 hour hike through uninspiring bog and forest. It was about what I expected would happen. But it was good to stretch our legs.
-then back into the car and off to Brussels. We hit some ...
... to see what it was like because its always mentioned when Amsterdam is brought up. It seemed like a crazy Spring Break with girls in the windows. It also prompted me to say (for the the fifteenth time), "how do people not fall in the canals?". Everyone has heard stories about the Red Light District so its no surprise. However, what did surprised me was seeing a bearly dressed woman in the ground window of the nice canal houses as we walked to ...
... unlike Ypres, where the majority of language spoken is Dutch or English. Most of my conversations here in Brussels have been in french and I've managed twice to give my shopper loyalty points to the person behind me in the queue, sans anglais.
Gary is resting, he is not 100%, in spite of a 'flu shot before leaving.
It's just as well that we had booked ...
... if I ever go to Brisbane, Texas, Michigan or Austria, I will always have a place to stay. I am meeting up with one of the girls I met when I arrive in Amsterdam today, and when i get to Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo. We discovered that we have the same itinerary, just she's one day ahead of me! I am looking forward to going to my next new city, experiencing something new, but I'm going to miss my new friends. Guess I'll just have to make new ...