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... a bit because we were trying to teach Julia and Madi Aussie slang. The funniest thing was that they had no clue what a paddock was!
Thursday Night we went to a restaurant and then had some delicious Belgian chocolate. We went back to the hostel to have a 'quick' nap before heading out afterwards, but didn't turn out that way as we ended up going to bed.
Friday morning we went on a free walking tour around the city. We saw the Mannekin ...
... our eye. We were lucky to be in Brussels during the three days the city exhibits the Flower Carpet. The entire plaza was covered in what looked like a beautiful Indian rug, made entirely of flowers. It was breathtaking. Oh, and we saw an Asian using a selfie stick for the first time (we couldn't get our camera out quickly enough to capture that moment, but we hope to see more asian tourists carrying such contraptions).
After making a stop to touch ...
... owner trying to attract more business), who didn’t have quite as many tourists around her trying to take photos, and down a random back street we also came across a statue of a dog cocking its leg against a pole to do a pee (but no water actually spurting out, unlike the boy and girl fountains!).
Brussels has a fantastic rental bike system (which unlike in Spain the tourists are allowed to use!), so we hired bikes one day and rode to some of the further out ...
... were talking about our plans for next weekend. "I’m going to Carcassonne," said one guy. “Well, I was in London this weekend, so probably staying here, but maybe Cologne the weekend after,” said another. For my part, I’m headed to the Confoederatio Helvetica. Sometimes I have to stop and think, is this really my life? When we complain about tickets being too expensive, it’s because they’re ...
... was a good thing, as the flight over the channel was short,
so we both got the window and a bird’s eye view of the English coast over
Dover, with a great view west towards the French coast of Normandy area, across
the channel with all the ferries and barges, then over the Dunkirk beaches.
we arrived at our hotel in Brussels at 9.00pm Bundy time on Thursday, after
having left home at 4.45am on the Wednesday morning. Local ...