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Travel Blogs from Liège
... lamps to light our way. As we descended, I had the strange feeling of being in a Tomb Raider game, or like Tintin in South America. The well-quarried cave walls give the impression of being in an ancient tomb in spots, and I could imagine, as I followed the heat and flicker of the kerosene lamp, that I was exploring King Tut’s tomb. I saw beautiful things….. (there are paintings on the walls, completed in the 1950s, of everything from ...
So I've finished two full weeks of classes, and I have to say, this is so much different than the University of Minnesota. Problem-Based Learning is a completely new concept to me, and I'm still figuring out if I like it.
First of all, there are really no lectures (I actually have a lecture every Wednesday for one of my classes but it is "optional" = ain't gonna happen). Everything is discussion based, and all of the discussions are led by the students ...
... ball at a place in the city center called La Bonbonniere. The place was absolutely beautiful and the dj was fantastic. It was a lot of fun and kind of a more fancy version of Carnaval, getting dressed up with masks and everything.
On Sunday, we went back to the Markt on the advice of the lady we met in the square the day before. Hannah and I decided to get there early so that we could walk around for a little bit and then get a good spot for ...
Today was a day to get a lot of stuff done. I had to go to ING Bank today because money in the Netherlands is a lot harder than I expected. I can't use my visa card practically anywhere because it doesn't have a little chip in it that all European cards have, so basically it's useless and getting cash is expensive and a hassle. So I opened an account today there. At ING they had free coffee and waters, which is fantastic because there ...
... similar to an American style shopping mall, with a bunch of stores and restaurants all in an enclosed space. There was also a supermarket too, which was kind of strange. So we grabbed lunch at this sandwich shop, but it wasn't like the typical ham or turkey sandwiches. There were cheeseburger and what we think was meatloaf sandwiches on a hoagie bun. I got a grillworst sandwich, but it had mayonnaise or something on it. Yeah, the Dutch put mayonnaise on pretty much everything - ...
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