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... the Canadian Club of Belgium. They have a fairly large and active member base, and one of the events they organize is a welcome cocktail, hosted by the Ambassador. They sent me the address after I signed up, and so on Saturday night, I put on my best dress, my new blazer and my high heels and sashayed up to Place Bienfaiteurs to catch the tram. It was still early when I left, and there I was, all dressed up, wearing jewelery, makeup and some ...
... with Greek food, but we came armed with the best possible weapon – a native of Thessaloniki. We put our menus away (after all, they were about Greek food and written in French, and as one intern said, "it’s all Greek to me") and told Ari that he could order for us, which he did in Greek, much to the owner’s surprise. Of course, what followed seemed to be a long-winded explanation about Ari’s background, which none of us could ...
... had nice lunch in .Turkish restarunt while it poured outside.,Sun came out in mid afternoon so wandered round old town. Early start tomorrow train to Aix at 8.00 .Wont be sorry to leave Brussels as not fussed about place really. We were due for something not perfect as have been so lucky to date. Look forward to warmer weather and warmer people in Provence ...
... and hand over three euros to the lady that looks like how I
picture Mother Hubbard at the counter.
Now I remembered reading on TT that there was a fantastic tourist
office just as you get out of the station so I follow the signs heading out and
just as I make it around the corner.
I spot a machine hanging on the wall next to it and get ...
Think I could get to like this train travel through Europe lark!! Once the hurly burly of the station madness is over it is very relaxing to sit back and enjoy the countryside. Next time (!!!!!) I won't attempt it with a suitcase though – a backpack and a minimalistic approach is called for. Todays journey took me through The Hague, Rotterdam, Dordrecht, Roosendaal, Antwerp, Mechelen and into Brussels. I must have looked as if I knew what I was ...