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Brussels from above

(Backdated. Posted 18/9/2017) Monday! Our last full day in Brussels, and also a day when, generally, most museums in Belgium are closed. It was raining in the morning for the first time on the holiday, apart from some drizzle in Penzance. We got a little wet walking down to the Metro, and decided to use the closer station that required changing trams/trains along our journey. Again, this

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Congestion is not the enemy

This in the Herald Sun a few weeks ago: Melbourne traffic congestion on par with world's biggest cities like London, Rome and New York (paywall): TRAFFIC congestion in Melbourne is on par with New York and could rival the worldโ€™s worst cities if nothing is done to combat the problem. Figures supplied by Tom Tom show congestion levels in Melbourne are at 33 per cent compared to its population