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At this point, we decided to split the cost of a taxi. We walked up to a nearby gas station and the attendant phoned a taxi for us. When the taxi arrived, it took hardly any time at all to reach the castle. We took the precaution of getting the taxi's phone number before heading into the castle.
Although the castle is under reconstruction, so that some places were cordoned off ...
... the windows just beyond the gate. Regardless, it was strange and posting this may come with a few repercussions :)
- Too many other embassies to name
- Lounging water statues
- Le Mannequin Pis! Actually a replica of ...
... to a bar devoid of tourists. I had a great time chatting and drinking Leffe Brune at the unassuming Le Cirque.
Fries, Chocolate & More
I couldn't resist having fries every day in Belgium. If only the tasty dipping sauces were enough to add nutritional variation into my diet. Of course, there were more carbs with the chocolate covered Belgium waffle at Cirio.
... Jon which Jon and I each took 4 or 5 trips back to the veggie/sauce bar), we headed to our boat for a quick nap and some cheap beers and to ask the owner for a good bar to watch the game. We wandered around and found one with seating outside and a tv playing the game. We met a group of guys from England on a 3-day "stag do" (bachelor party) in bright orange jump suits drinking away and challenging each other to an ice cream vs. sorbet ...
... where the cheeky feckers don’t except a Starbucks cards. Such awfulness. We then headed in through the security, where Jen finally got some food in Burger King. We had to jump on the plane and unfortunately never made it to the bar.
The flight was a bit of a drag but really livened up when Zig and Paddy were invited to meet the Pilot in the Cock-pit. They couldn’t control their excitement. It was so cute. It got even better when we were walking out of ...