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... or do during our stay, the food alone would have made the trip worthwhile. However, I still think the Czech Republic makes better beer, at least dark beer (sorry Belgium!), but Belgium certainly wins for high alcohol content. There seems to be an imaginary line drawn through the country which divides the Dutch speaking Northern half from the French speaking South, as neighbouring countries have influenced the dialect here. ...
... and a free drink. The portion was small for the steak and drink. I'm learning to just enjoy food and not eat when I'm bored. We came back and I cleaned my clothes because a few of them were damp and starting to reek. I showered and then spoke with Nelia on viber. I read the hotel manual and you get a free shaving kit, complimentary tea and coffee and a sewing kit. God provides. I get a free shaving kit! ...
... haha. Was a bad idea I think but at the time it didn’t seem that far and we wanted to be woken up by a bit of exercise =P. Oh right, ALSO on the train =P, we had change at Koln at 6 in the morning for another train to take us to Brussels, hence us being sleepy =(. Ok, so we arrived tired, sweating and feeling miserable. Dumped our stuff but couldn’t curl up in a ball on our beds cos they weren’t ready yet *sigh*. So ...
... us had taken, and now we had a completely different plan than we had originally thought! Neither of us know much about Belgium but we up for the adventure! We got to Brussels this morning at 930 belgian time, booked our hostel, validated our train passes, and successfully navigated the train, metro, and streets of Belgium to our hostel. Now it's time to shower and explore Brussels, which literally smells like waffles everywhere... I don't hate it! Hasta la ...
... top-notch comic prowess.
Moving on, we found fantastic bar in the Old Town, playing the type of catchy, saccharin-coated pop carnival/Oktoberfest music that no one does better than the Germans (for a prime example, see "Cowboy und Indianer" by Olaf Henning). Before I go any further, let me explain just a few of the Spanglish terms that Tony and I have not only coined, but integrated naturally into our lexicon (with the help of some other Anglophones in Spain). First ...