Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel
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... The Brussels airport wasn't fantastic. It's definitely dated. We weren't the only people to notice either as the American who lived in Brussels with his Australian wife and Australian children said to the New Zealander while we waited an excessively long time for our bags to appear. After a few apprehensive decisions regarding the correct trains to catch from the airport and central station (we fortunately chose the correct trains ...
... our delightful snack, we had all the energy we needed to explore the city. We meandered our way to St.Catherine's church where we stopped for a coffee in the park. We then made our way to the stunning Grand Place, or central square, which offers cafes, chocolatiers, brew houses, hotels, City Hall and much more. Not surprisingly, this beautiful square is on the UNESCO list and is the top attraction in Brussels. The ...
... that's because the "cereals" are dried over an oak fire instead of dried electrically. He then gave us an unflavored lambic, which was very sour. I kept trying to like it but didn't succeed very well. We also had crusty bread with a creamy cheese made with lambic.
I was able to FaceTime with John a little tonight, so that made me happy. He held Chloe up to the camera, but she looked really ticked off (not unusual).
Oh, and I found out at lunch ...
Well, obviously the start of a new adventure begins with saying goodbye to all familiarities. Bye bye mom, dad and Amadeo, my little/younger (erase what fits best) brother. Bye bye to my beloved friends with whom I luckily got to spend some quality time before leaving. Bye bye Belgium.
15.10 pm. Take-off. Destination: Edinburgh.
... had bought in Hong Kong on the 2006 trip) decided to pack it in altogether. It had been playing up for a while and I thought it likely that I would need to buy a new one on this trip. I had half an hour before the final bus of the day so I ducked into an electronics store and bought the first camera that caught my eye. That evening after I got home and was downloading the morning's photos, the old camera decided to work perfectly once again. Fickle technology!