- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... unexpected. However, now I know it's sometimes better to have at least a few things planned so one gets to see a lot more and know more about the history and culture of the place one visits because making decisions with 7 people was sometimes difficult :)
Traveling to the airport was interesting because we didn't really know what stop to get off on from the bus, so we actually got off one stop before we were supposed to and the bus driver was kind enough to ...
... covered Belgian waffle and I have to say that it was definitely the best waffle I have ever eaten. Even better than Eggo Waffles; who would have thought?
With our stomachs full of baked goods we decided that a bit of exploring would probably be ...
Our last day in Amsterdam! We spent the morning using wifi to book our next moves and figure out how we were getting to brussels later that day! We packed up and headed for the station to catch up with Michella who is Adrian's cousin that lives in holland. We put our bags in lockers at the station and then headed to a sex museum! Very interesting... We also went into a novelty condo, store before heading off on a walk to the skinny bridge ...
While Jess had said that Bruges was better than Brussels, I will be travelling through Bruges on the way to Calais tomorrow so I decided to stick with the plan and visit Brussels. The weather was looking a little dodgy, so I set off just after 9 and after a quick stop for petrol I was on my way, quite enjoying this Robert Ludlum book. I arrived and made the mistake of trying to park too close to the main square where there was way too many pedestrians, and ended up trapped by ...
... outside for the public. The real one is located in the museum. Along with the original, the museum houses all of his outfits. Yes, he has literally hundreds of outfits. Many countries have donated outfits for the little boy, mostly in traditional dress from their land. It is kind of neat to see – they are all displayed on replicas. As I went through, I saw all of these intricate headdresses and native outfits. The Russians donated a cosmonaut ...