Bed & Breakfast de Genval
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... but seems there should be something nicer there.
Then on through the market area, past the statue of Don Quixote and to the bus. We toured, through the morning past numerous parks and past palaces and government buildings. We saw where the European Union is based - a large, and pretty ugly building and saw the palace where the king has his office - a beautiful old building.
Near the ...
... to the bathroom at the same time! The TV was a projector that projected onto the wall, I’m pretty sure the bulb was going out because the picture had little white dots all over it. We decided to go walk around and see Belgium, Jason made me do all of the map directions while we walked around, and I was really bad xD, but it’s okay because Jason helped me figure it out. I finally got us to the grand square, where there it tall beautiful buildings and little ...
La moitié du monde ne sait pas comment l'autre vit
I returned late Saturday evening to Brussels, and was in bed almost all day Sunday, suffering from what felt like being hit by a semi, but was in fact terrible jet lag. I passed most of the day curled up in bed watching Downton Abbey, interspersed by infrequent forays into the outside world, one of the longest being a trip to the pizzeria next door to grab dinner. Although I'm usual ...
... breweries are in the 100's and I don't know how many beers they have but there is a bar down the road from our hotel that advertises over 150 different beers. I think I saw a number of 450-500 different beers. They vary greatly in tast and alcohol content. I did my best and list some of my trials below, I think I missed a few.
Jupiler-their normal beer like Budweiser or Canadian, 5.2% alcohol, fine for drinking
Hoegarden blond beer, witbier, ...
... to even talk to anyone that looks remotely foreign.
We got off at the next stop: Brussels--Midi. If there is one thing I have to say, NEVER EVER GO TO MIDI. Like ever. I literally thought we were going to get robbed, killed at gunpoint or raped during the 20 minute walk to our hotel. It is the sketchiest city or town or whatever you want to call it. There were drunk people fighting in the streets, men with black leather jackets looking for money and it ...