We gave out of gas a bit outside Brussels about sunrise.
Ed walked a couple of miles plus and found a filling station (off the highway). Waited till it was open, got gas and the nice guy who ran the station drove me back to my car. filled up with gas, drove thru Brussels.
We drove thru Brussels and he rest of Belgium to the Hook of Holland where the ferry terminal is located.
We left the car there in a place at the parking lot and caught the Ferry to England. At the Ferry dock we caught a train to London.
The trains have compartments that seat 8 people. Our compartment had extremely friendly and nice people. We had failed to obtain needed supplies for the trip to London, but the people in the compartment made up for our shortage (Joan did not use any of the supplies). Ed is the one with the glasses.
We got to London, found a really nice room in a small hotel near the center of town. It was the really nice part if town. It was near Kensington Park – with stuff for Queen Victoria’s husband in it adjacent to a Palace. We walked around London, had supper and caught up on a nights missed sleep.