Hotel Quartier Latin
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... the security gates. Unlike a plane where your bags have already been checked, you must hoist your bags, hand luggage, purses, etc. through the scanner. Of course, John is left to deal with all our bags at the other end of security as my bionic knees have set off the scanner and I am being frisked. God I dislike these, always nice but, strangers touching me.
Then French Passport Control. No line ...
... Wild West world. I mean, originality?!
The Wild West section is the only bit of the park with an actual theme, the rest of it is just confused. Vampire ride? Why vampire? Because it's painted red?
Sunday 23 February 2013 This morning we ventured out towards the north of the city to Heysel and the site of the 1958 Expo. To the Atomium - an iconic statue, apparently in the shape of an Iron lattice. 9 large silver balls connected with long silver sticks, standing at 102m high. It was kind of cool, bit odd. We didn't go inside as it was rather expensive, instead just wandered around the outside. Back in the city and time for a tea break. Hot ...
... the morning) so we said we should go, and after declining their invitation to stay the night, there were hugs all round and we left with big smiles on our faces, and walked back to the hostel. (Which didn't seem to take as long as before for some reason... Too many drinks?) We got back and weren't quite ready for bed, so we went to the bar, where I had a cherry beer (ok, not great) and Darren had a coke, and we used the wifi for a bit before heading up to ...
... about the place. Walking around the central area again in search of a reasonably priced pint. Brussels seems to be an expensive place to live/see. Most places we looked at were 6-8 euros. After much walking we eventually decided we should just cut our losses and sit in a Brasserie overlooking the Grand Place (square). We ordered two Belgian 'blonde' lagers and I have to say, they tasted pretty bloody good, even at 8 euros each! The atmosphere in the square was strangely soothing ...