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After breakfast, we all went into Lier to get phone and data sims sorted. I got sorted relatively quickly, but Alison and Roger encounted trouble. All sorted later (well sort of), we went through the Grote Market, and made our way to close to the railway station as Roger was going back to collect the car from Holland. After good buys, Alison and I went and had coffee in ...
Ukraine has not yet died, nor her glory, nor her freedom,
Upon us, fellow Ukrainians, fate shall smile once more.
Our enemies will vanish like dew in the sun,
And we too shall rule, brothers, in a free land of our own.
Souls and bodies we'll lay down, all for our freedom,
And we'll show that we, brothers, are of the Cossack nation!
We'll stand, brothers, in bloody battle, from the Syan to the Don,
We will not ...
... offices which are very modern buildings found within the business district of the city. Then we headed towards the city centre where we were faced with the gorgeous Grand Place (the main square in Brussels) which hold guildhalls, the city's Town Hall, and the breadhouse. This was the most memorable part of our trip as the architecture is very ornate and simply beautiful.
After walking ...
... into cattle class. We ended up sitting separately and next to random people and we were very squashed and it was not a pleasant journey after our little glimpse of how the rich people do it. Never mind, we made it from Brugge to Brussels in one piece. When we arrived in Brussels we realized that we had a two hour gap before our next train to take us back to St Pancras in London so feeling. Era brave we set forth on another adventure. This one started with us walking out the ...
When the people at the train station information and tourist center are not helpful or passionate about sharing their city with you, it doesn't really bode well much. Had to bluntly ask the tourist information how to get somewhere. The other note to take is if you still remember some of your French, it's time to dust the rough off. There are a few nice people, and knowing that little bit of French will make ...