Travel Blogs from Ittre
... floral baskets.
A leisurely evening stroll ended in a restaurant with Mulles Frite and other local delicacies for dinner.
One funny thing was Bronwyn (our budding Steven Spielberg) taking forever to photograph Murray at a shop that sold 250 different beers. I have never seen a tongue hang out so far! Poor Murray.
Photos will follow!
... Tree light show again because it was that good and also because I didn't take my camera the night before. Afterward we headed off on the little Christmas trail that contained Brussels modern twist on the traditional holiday. They had a merry-go-round that was made out of metal and had various shapes such as a cruiser ship, rocket and hot air balloon for their rides, they also had random abstract works like a street filled with ribbons going from a power line on onside ...
... was powerful, but not overwhelming and actually quite enjoyable. A sweet finish without a doubt.
Stepping outside the bar, I asked Mike about a seafood restaurant he mentioned earlier. Surprised at my memory, he said he was actually going there tonight for dinner as well, and that he would love our company. Inquiring with the other three in the group (there were four, but Eric needed to catch a flight back to London...bon voyage Eric!), they tagged along and our ...
... it kind of an early day due to shakes' leg hurting, and hung out at the hostel for a while in the evening. Tomorrow we travel to Amsterdam by way of gouda, which should be interesting. We have to take inter city trains to get there, which means we have to figure out the train station and it is complicated! First though, we have to hit the post to mail out some things so our bags aren't quite so heavy. For now, though, bed time. Tomorrow will be a long day. Stay ...
... our bus. With only our luggage left to collect we waited at the conveyor belt rather inpatiently before we could leave the terminal. With just minutes to spare we got on the bus and were on our way to Brussels. Once in the city centre we caught a taxi straight to our hotel, checked in and went to bed. It was just before 01:00 by the time we were asleep. We needed a good rest ahead of a busy day in Brussels ahead.
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Other places to stay in Ittre
Rue De La Planchette No18, Ittre | Hotelfrom $101