The Lodge Heverlee
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... who had just got married. We stopped for lunch at a small cafe overlooking the square and then walked around some of the streets. Marc enjoyed his three beers and I of course had to have Belgian waffles!
We then made our way back to the train terminal to get onto our next train to Paris. Just over an hour later, we made it to Paris around 17:30 and caught a hectic train to our hotel which is only a couple of minutes walk away from ...
... frites in a paper cone. Love, love, love them. The locals here eat them with mayo as the sauce, which sounds disgusting but tastes so good. I feel like this isn't the same mayo we have at home. Regardless, every moment I spend in Belgium I know for a fact that my arteries are clogging and quite frankly, I'm enjoying every minute of it. How are the people here dodging this whole obesity thing? It's a miracle. Karliana and I took a break at the hostel and then ...
... It was huge and had golden jungle sculpted walls.
A domestic night was in store. We went on the Internet, wrote postcards and did washing and drying. I was exhausted and still feeling quite nauseous, but I was proud of myself for fitting in a lovely day of sightseeing (even if I did hobble around for most of it).
We had a beautiful flavoursome pasta for dinner at a nearby restaurant, and I was angry that I still couldn’t eat much. It was so ...
... were squished in to 1 1/2 seats. So, then we headed on our way. The traffic travelled at 3 speeds- one for each lane - regular speed, fast and flash by. A policeman on a motorcycle came by and indicated to Barry that he needed to move into a slower lane!
We drove an hour to Brugges, a picturesque medieval town. You enter into ...
... But we came across a great hotel
deal on the net - 4 1/2 star hotel offering rooms with breakfast for
only 64 euro per night. So, Brussels
it is, seat of the European Union, home to NATO & the European
Parliament. We have two nights here, so hopefully we'll get to see what
it has to offer (if it doesn't snow that is).