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... the inside. I'm pretty confident I liked them better than Italian gelato! If I studied here, I'd be in big trouble.
Next, we continued to the train station. Because we weren't exactly sure where to go and what ticket to buy, I asked a conductor and he was extremely friendly and helpful. And again, we were on our way!
Brugge was beautiful. It was a little chilly today, but the weather was exactly like fall at home. The streets of Brugge are cobblestone streets ...
... Gothic choir stalls from 1430. The pulpit in the style of Louis XVI, organ is from the 1700's, murals from the end of the 13th century until 1576, Flemish paintings (14th - 17th century), tapestries from the 18th century, etc.
3) More purchases of interesting Belgium beer *details in a future blog
After an hour and 20 minutes on a train from Paris we arrived in Brussels. We spoke to my buddy Tim as soon as we had Wi-Fi who said we could stay with him in Leuven so we sat down at a pub in Brussels, had a couple beers then hopped back on a train to Leuven.
It was an 18 minute train to Leuven and we were really unsure what to expect. Leuven is a small university city with nearly half of the population being students. We sat down across from the ...
... the city. It was a great idea because the tour gave you a new view of the city and gave us some historical background. After the tour I tried my first Belgian waffle. They made it right in front of you when you ordered. Instead of the liquid batter they put a clump of dough in the waffle iron. It was by far the best waffle I have ever had! We walked around the city for another hour or so exploring and then caught the train back to Brussels. It was a great day and I ...
... and wandered into a small place for dinner which was pretty mediocre, can't win em all. We had planned on finding the janneken pis (sister statue also peeing) and a world renown bar called delerium. Lucky for us they were in the sAme spot! Delerium taphouse would be our place of refuge for the remainder of the night. We tried 8 or so beers from their list of 2500 from all over the world ( bottle of sleeman was 10 euros FYI). The beer here was amazing, music was great, it ...