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... in a day which we found to be very true. We made the most of our afternoon walking around observing all the sights and sounds eating some chips. Some of the places we saw was the comic museum in Europe this was mainly dedicated to TinTin and the Smurfs which were both created by locals. Along the way to the museum we came across a chocolate place that had a chocolate elephant out the front (ended up not being made of chocolate!)
... smooth, with nice dry food for a morning tea meal.
Clearing customs into Belgium went extremely smoothly compared to Tunisia. Nat got a short quiz on her intentions and a passport stamp as a reward. As usual I got just waved through and scolded for standing with Nat in the all passports line rather than the EU line. Niets te controleren! There is nothing to check.
After Tunisia, being back in Belgium feels like home, ...
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Austin: Seeing the Eiffel Tower for the top of the Montparnasse was really cool. Also walking through the Louvre and seeing the Mona Lisa was fun. It was exciting to see the Vimy Ridge memorial too.
Shae-Lynn: Seeing Vimy Ridge Memorial was by far the best! Some other great sights were the Louvre and Versailles. Happy Birthday Mom!
Danny: Vimy Ridge was awesome!!! The Louvre was ...
... 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 ...
Also something perfectly normal to have in a town, yet something you will never find in Australia, are castles. There is a big gorgeous castle sitting right on the corner of two canals, just sitting there doing not much as most European castles do these days.
Also on my walk I went to a little museum which shows the everyday living from all through the 1900’s. ...