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When we got out it was raining, so we scurried back to the train station via the waffle shop, and only had a few minutes wait (luckily, because the next train wasn't for another hour). Changed trains in Ottignies again and back to Leuven on our 6th and final train trip for the day.
Tea was a ckicken yiros from the train station takeaway, then a quiet night ...
... flight, Brussels Airlines were surprisingly clean and modern. On the flight, there were atleast half of the seats which were empty!
When im alone, I ALWAYS make new friends. I hate being quiet- its just not me. Baring in mind Brussels is in Belgium - "La plupart des gens parlent en francais" (The majority of people speak in French!) Amazingly for me, I ...
... hour to get enough energy to get out and wander into Leuven. It was only a 10 minute walk, but it appears to be the only place in this part of Belgium with a hill. Typical. I had done some research of restaurants as I hadn't really eaten much since breakfast other than some snacks. Unfortunately, being Monday at lot of the places were closed, but I did find a curry house. As it is a student town curry was the obvious thing to have. It was very very yummy and one ...
... sad to say our good-bye). We can't thank them enough...such beautiful people.
We meandered around Brussels centre for hours, stumbled across a flea market, (my version people throwing out their old rotten garb and piling it up on the ground, not a pretty site). So hence did a quick gecko and moved on....OH and whilst we were lurking around the flea markets, a pleasant surprise, our friend whom we had dinner the night before with at our ...
... the Mannequin ****, a tiny black marble statue that provides a water feature via a Number 1. The statue itself was very underwhelming but attracted a big crowd none the less. Around Brussels we visited the historical art museum and a comic museum, which featured Tin Tin, Asterix and the Smurfs. Tin Tin was apparently invented by a guy who lived in Brussels.
For a change we left the big cities for Dinant in the south-east corner of ...