A Cote du Cinquantenaire
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... desk to see what, if anything, they were willing to do to help us. When our explanation was met with a curt "I don't care" from the employee (I WISH I was making this up), we knew we were hosed.
Fortunately, we weren't alone. There were many people who had been delayed by the same traffic (several of whom were on the same bus we were), and five of us stuck together as we tried to figure out our ways to Stockholm. We eventually secured ...
Since I had no place to stay in Brussels and I was going to be there for 24 hours, I placed my luggage in a locker and took the train in to the city. I had spent a few hours in Brussels about 10 years ago when I was on a escorted tour of London, Amsterdam and Paris. I did not see much of Brussels at that time so I was anxious to be able to see more. I wanted to see the Atomium which was built for the 1958 World's fair. It ...
... a little archives intern, and yet I've been able to seize these moments. Not only is it amazing, but it blows my mind when I put it in the historical perspective of my own family. One ancestor was a North Wales coal miner who was killed in a mining accident at the young age of 39, and another was a pub keeper who met an unfortunate end. My great grandfather grew up in the time, and very nearly the place, of Jack the Ripper, ultimately lying about his roots as ...
... for someone named Frank Brangwyn. I had not heard of him but he was born in Bruges in 1867 but left as a young boy. He lived in England mainly and some time in the U.S. He had some really interesting works and seemed to do art and drawings in all kinds of different methods: oil, etchings, litho, art-wood carvings, charcoal. In the 20th century, he was unusual as an artist since he did commercial work for advertising and selling war bonds.Again it was cold ...
... which was ah-mazing). We then took on another Belgium favorite: waffles! We had waffle sandwiches for lunch and later pregamed dinner with the best waffle in the world. There was a funny picture on our map that showed how Belgians and tourists enjoy their waffles: as the toppings increased, the more and more touristy your waffle became. The classic style is just a waffle with powdered sugar, and that it is fantastic that way.
We explored the city for ...