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We had a deliciously late start today (delicious because it meant I had a chance to go and buy more chocolate!). We said goodbye to Kortrijt and headed to Mons, still in Belgium but in the French-speaking part (no more signs in Dutch to confuse me). We dumped our bags at the hotel and headed to the Grand Square to have lunch and begin our tour of the town, led by Thierry, the conductor of the local Mons Saint-Georges Brass Band and ably assisted ...
... houses. Attached to it is a larger building that was the barn where the men slept their first couple of nights there. It was so cold that on Christmas Eve, the farmer let them sleep on the kitchen floor. Angele was 18, beautiful, and of course all the men fell for her. My father described her to my mother, emphasizing how capable, cheerful, and helpful she was. The barn was transformed a few years ago into a community cafe space. Given the ...
This morning we said goodbye to Behrang's mum, and left him a note and some origami lilies I’d folded. My first airbnb stay was a success and I was so glad! It’s a great website. If you want cool accommodation anywhere in the world, take a surf on airbnb, okay?
We caught the RER B to Gare du Nord, hoping we would be able to easily book a ticket from Paris to Brussels, especially because it’s quite close. Unfortunately, they told us ...
It's D-Day here in Europe...yep driving on the wrong side of the road day. We half successfully made our way back to Charles De Gaulle airport, we only got lost twice! And signed over our lives for our brand new Citroen. As she is now affectionately known, Deasie, is a brand new Citroen DS3- Dsport diesel, who is all kinds of cute. Deasie will be our modus transportus ( just getting my Latin on) for the next month. Now, I know some of you ...
... don't think that there is a single right hand angle in the entire place! Luckily thanks to Dan and a bike map, we eventually found our hostel after over an hour of walking with our packs.
We stayed at a hostel called Jacques Brel, which is a HI (Hosteling International) hostel. It turned out to be really nice and really cheap! We have a 3 bed room to ourselves with a private shower and free breakfast. Couldn't be happier!