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... do you need to be there 30 minutes in advance? OK, so you do have to get your luggage scanned (also of doubtful value) and pass through French passport control but surely passengers can be given some responsibility for sorting things out in time.
I would have been happier if the train had been earlier. This was the first Eurostar to Bruxelles of the day and it doesn't get there until just after 10 - meaning that ...
... to later referred to it as "that pile of scrap metal"... To each his own I guess... I found it quite impressive though ;-) The angel was our last touristic visit though... We drive on to Hull and reach the boat right at the time boarding starts. No more UK soil under our feet... Time for international waters. We say goodbye with a great sunset. I had a blast, thoroughly enjoyed Scotland and all it has to offer. I will be back... But for now it's ...
... to see Brussels. We agreed to meet in Ghent by 6.
We got our train, having 4 spots left on the Go Pass, just enough for the the three of us. We stopped in Brussels Centraal, and walked around the city. Got food, I got a kriek, and did some souvenir shopping. We went to the Stadhuis and walked around to find the Peeing Boy. It was raining, and we were tired and stressed. We only walked around for a little, got pictures, and headed back.
There was ...
... From there, the boy urinated on the troops of the Berthouts, who eventually lost the battle.
We had a traditional Belgian beer and then walked near the Palace of Justice and City Hall. We also wondered through Petit Sablon, and in it is a beautiful garden with so many statues and tulips blooming. We were able to find Place Poalert (just in front of the Palace of Justice) and have a view of the entire city. We took the elevator down and had dinner ...
... Flamborough, substituting a passion for the Charleston with a passion for gypsy jazz.
This brings me then to the third aspect of gypsy jazz, and that’s hot club. Cue the images of 1930s musicians and dancers, and of a carefree – or devil-may-care – lifestyle. It’s fun, it’s exciting, and it makes you want to get up and dance. The second performance that I went to was on Saturday night in a little venue in the St ...