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... the gals would likely be a bit catty and some would be too cool to be singing at the top of their lungs and doing everything they are asked. Not these gals, great sports and every single one was participating to their absolute max.
Tim finally showed up and was astonished with how nice the girls were. Before this night I had been told from multiple people that the Belgian girls and guys were unapproachable and unfriendly. This could not be further ...
... the boat rides on the canal. It was gorgeous and a totally different take on the city that we wouldn’t have seen otherwise. Before heading back to the train station, we stopped to get French fries because they actually originated in Belgium, not France. There were so many sauces to choose from, and I ended up getting trying Samurai sauce which was spicy and very good.
We got back to Brussels and hung out for a bit ...
... and cultures to live and work. In fact, I found it much more diverse ethnically than Geneva, which is probably due to the fact that it is much less expensive, and on the Euro system.... but enough about my cultural opinions.
Sunday, my classmates and I visited the Grand Place, which is the huge square in the middle of the city known for its beautiful architecture, chocolate shops, and various boutiques. Honestly, words cannot describe how massive and magnanimous ...
... to carry us over the train ride, we prepare for tomorrows journey into Germany, setting a course for the cathedral town of Cologne. Goodbye waffles, hello bratwurst, schnitzel and all things meaty. But before we set sail, we take this time to remember the good times in Belgium, where the people may speak French, but are luckily very kind to us and our silly foreign ways. I can only hope things go as smoothly by the time we reach Paris.
Au revoir Bruxelles, hallo Koln.
... was all dug up and had a huge hole in the middle with a backhoe working at it, but there was a small dirt path leading to the front door. Inside, the hostel was probably the best we've had so far- the doors had a code instead of a key so we didn't have to worry about who had the key with them, the beds were clean and comfortable, it had free, working wifi, the showers were better than mine at home, and they had a nice cozy lounge area open 24 hours. However, ...