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Travel Blogs from Brussels
... s like Everest. For reasons of privacy and security, there’s no need for you to know where I’m working, except to know that it’s Bureaucracy. Brussels is essentially the capital of Europe, so there are a lot of institutions that produce a lot of paper, and as an aspiring archivist, it’s my job to deal with some of that. It’s a lot. I’m pulling extremely long days that amount to about 12 hours straight, and not only is my job ...
... by the Belgian government under the patrondom of King Leopold II for the 1880 National Exhibitioncommemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Belgian independence, and successive exhibitions which place in the same area, replacing previous ...
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... br> visit where you only scratch the surface of all that these old villages have to
enjoyed our leisurely time wandering and admiring – it was a bit cold, and
sometimes wet and cold, but we are still in Spring in Europe. We love the relaxed lifestyle that the European
outdoor dining offers, and are amazed that as soon as it starts to feel like it
may be warming, the locals swarm to the icecream and waffle shops! At least ...
Berkley: It was a tad chilly in Paris! However seeing the Eiffel Tower at night as gorgeous and stunning. The lock bridge was cool too and I put a lock on for mom and dad and threw the keys into the water! Love you mom and dad!
Breanne: Being able to see the Eiffel Tower was great. However, seeing Vimy Ridge was really interesting too as it really meant something to our country.
Brett: The view of Paris from the ...