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... was such a beautiful city. Full of paved streets and red brick houses- it was picturesque. The river running through it was framed with flowers, willow, and passing cyclists. The sun had appeared so we decided to walk along the water to get in to town, passing a couple of landmark churches along the way. It was a great idea. All along our walk we passed tents and standing tables, filled with locals and tourists sipping wines and beers. The ...
Europe. The sculpture was sold for 4,000 florin.
The sculpture was removed twice from Belgium after its initial
arrival. The first was in 1794, after French Revolutionaries had
conquered the ...
... list was the Basilica of the Holy Blood. We could enter the actual church for free, and it was 2 euros for the museum portion. It was a beautiful church, and I was in love. I said some prayers, and lit a prayer candle. We then bought tickets for the museum part, and walked around. Lots of medieval Catholic portraits, books, and trinkets from Mass.
After the Church of the Blood, we went to the Vrije. The Vrije was where the ...
... about the Committee of the Regions, eurozone, and bailing Greece out of its economic crisis. We learned about the evolution of the EU as well as how it currently functions from people who work to keep it going everyday! After our time there, we spent the evening indulging in Belgian delicacies such as waffles, cherry beer, mussels with french fries, and plenty of chocolate!
The next morning, we had the day free so four friends and I ...
... which made taking photos very difficult.
On returning to the hostel we found the manager, who had checked us in, hanging out with an American/Israely girl. We joined them and he cracked open some famous Belgian beers for Joanna to try (2 euros!).
I ran upstairs to grab something from our room and met three of our roomies setting up their beds – Luke travelling from Canada, Gloria from South Africa (studying in Korea, exchanging ...