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... but so is all the orientation stuff that I’m going through right now. I have to learn an entire bureaucratic structure, complete with acronyms and varying privacy and confidentiality concerns. One intern was so lost at a meeting that the secretary just started writing down the meanings of acronyms, with one directive: learn them all. I was given a manual of several hundred pages, and told to read it, with the expectation that I’d retain 20% of it. ...
... The present centrepiece triumphal arch was erected in 1905 replacing a previous temporary version of the arcade by Gédéon Bordiau. It was there that I visited the Autoworld Museum, which holds a large and varied collection of 350 vintage European ...
... To alcohol! The cause of--and solution to--all of life's problems." Homer Simpson
We caught a train from Brugge to Brussels. The trip takes 1 hour and there are 2 trains ever hour which makes it convenient. Arrived in Brussels, walked a few blocks to our B&B, quickly unpacked and then made our way ...
... looking for hot food to go
with our chilled beers – that is one thing that isn’t in short supply in
Belgium – beer. The good thing about the
beer here is that each brand uses their own shape glasses and they all have
their name on the glass – that way you don’t forget which beer you are
on our last day of wandering, we happened onto a museum with a difference –
this was a museum of ...
... Montparnasse was amazing but really windy.
Eleanor: Best part? It's all "best part"! The amazing historic buildings, walking along the Seine river and looking up to see Notre Dame. Standing in the trenches at Vimy Ridge was very moving.
Jamie: I was getting a bit home-sick so it was nice to see a piece of Canada at Vimy Ridge. My favourites impart was standing on top of the Montparnasse taking in the breathtaking view of ...