Lodging at 8
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... last night, so just presented to reception and got a room for 2 nights without a problem. It's an Ibis Budget, with ultra modern, simple rooms, good wi-fi, and the triple room is a single bunk over the double bed!
Dumped our gear and back to the train station to head to the Herge Museum (creator of Tin Tin) in Louvain-la-Neuve, which is a one hour journey and requires a change ...
... of our evening of bar hopping, we had a new group of Italian and German friends crawling from bar to bar with us. Of course the American guys drifted towards to group of German girls (who they were lucky spoke English), whereas the Italian boys us girls managed to befriend, did not... The night consisted of us speaking in phrases using tons of hand gestures and repeating the words "bellissma" and "ubriaco" over and over ...
... gives the city a understated style and relaxed atmosphere. Which we loved!!
So we decided to stay longer.
We were only supposed to be staying in Brussels 2 nights before heading on to Berlin. But Brussels was too cool to do in just 2 nights and Adelaide wouldn't have coped well with the long drive to Berlin. Lucky the hotel could extend our stay. We have been here since Monday doing nothing much. Its been nice to have a ...
We arrived to Leuven and we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of this city. It has a large component of university students and breweries an interesting combination. There is a medieval area of the city by the grote market where it has space for thousands of people which we found out this same night when Belgium beat Serbia 3-1 and watched by thousands in the square. We managed to find an ice cream shop, a patio and incredible architecture all in one block ...
... While they had corsets on display most of the dresses had not been worn by women with tiny waists. They would have fitted quite substantial figures. The intricacy of the hand made laces, was just as incredible on a miniature scale as the cathedral architecture that keeps drawing me back. One piece was set up with the dozens of bobbins needed to create these tiny wonders. Another part was running a modern exhibition of monochrome quilting plus a ...