Couette & tartines
Travel Blogs from Saint-Gilles
... de prudence.
Leur modus operandi est toujours simple. Ils sont au moins deux. Le premier va tenter de distraire votre attention d’un côté tandis que de l’autre son complice file à toutes jambes avec votre bagage.
Ils distraient l’attention de n’importe quelle manière : en vous apostrophant, demandant l’heure qu’il est, en renversant du yaourt sur vous voire en vous crachant dessus lorsque le pot est vide.
Brussels, Belgium was great! Cobblestoned, car-free streets, amazing waffles, fantastic chocolate, cherry beer - I love it there. I'll need to go back and spend hours wandering. I could get the greatest inspiration here. Only downside was I left my straightener at the London Hotel! :( They are holding it for when I go back in 2 weeks.
From London to Brussel, its quite a bussy journey for the first time hit europe, its 5 o 'clock in the morning when the easy bus stopped us at one of bus stop in Baker street, the road is still empty, while we stop there.its 4 degree in the morning, and we come too earlier to catch this tube to st. Pancreas, but what should we do...we keep moving and hold each other to keep our body warm.6 oclock the man ...
... is enough now and also wonder whether I have the flexibilitry to see what I'm doing before I publish it?
Oh Dear - still not enough: Either I am:
- not writing enough
- I've chosen a portrait shaped phot and that's confused things
- I don't know what I'm doing or...
- the programme's not as good as I'd hoped
... art to see.
We surprisingly discovered in the evening, that many Belgium restaurants are closed on Tuesdays. After driving many kilometers, we found an authentic Belgium Chinese restaurant that was open and welcomed us. Tasted just like US Chinese.
Rich and Kara