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... bus had little or no suspension. We laughed so much when we got off at the station, it was 10 minutes of sheer panic and the relief was tangible! Lucky for us tho he was fast as we made the next rain to Brussels with only minutes to spare. Jo asked the guard if it was our train and we jumped on on settled our selves in comfort. We had plenty of room as the train was not as crowded as it had been when we arrived. I made myself a bread roll with egg and pâté and ...
... with so many things to do that’s not just chocolates, fries and waffles (if you have the heart for it) though those too are a must =P. The EU headquarters, the art deco buildings, the new shiny shopping centres and of course the countless markets that seem to be everywhere =). Anyways, read my other blog entry for a better judge of the true potential of Brussels. This stop was for the catching up of friends and the tasting of delicious foods ...
After leaving the museum I headed back to the
hotel but stopped at a cafe for lunch. From here even with a map I
still got lost and took the wrong road. Running out of time because I
had to get back to the hotel to get my bags and head to the station,
I backtracked and found myself back at the palace. Ten minutes later
I was at the hotel, where I collected my bags and headed to ...
... to leave.
We hopped back over to the hotel and grabbed our bikes and took them for a spin in Vondelpark. Vondelpark is one of the most famous parks in Amsterdam and it was really cool to ride in during the winter. Some of the paths were quite slippery and the bike almost fell out from underneath of you if you didn't take the turns cautiously. It was quite interesting because it had many little side gardens and ponds in the park. There was also many bridges ...