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... Chinese and beer. Pork fried rice and Hoegaarden is a weird combination but we only had 4 days in the country so there was no time to waste getting into the Belgian culture. We also made an attempt to go out that night with another Australian we met at the hostel, who was actually living in Berlin. We headed into the city center and ended up choosing a place that was absolutely packed. People were overflowing into the streets. It turns out it was a kind of heavy metal/dance club, ...
preoccupies herself with getting the children ready whilst a moment earlier she
had been talking away quite animated with her husband.
I grew more concerned as I began to board the flight and realised that
out of the very few tourists who seemed to be on this flight, every single one
of them was French. I could see the colour of their passports and could hear
them talking in rapid fire French and thought “****”. I’m ...
... at work is my FAVORITE thing in the world.
Anyways yesterday, after we got back to Brussels, Aless and I did some normal Belgian things. You know grabbed a waffle for a snack, then mussels and frites for dinner. My first try at the Belgian tradition. We even got to see the Mannekin Pis dressed up and water flowing. It was a great way to end the travel day. Just felt like writing a small thing to preview the week, plus to post these delicious mussels I ate!
... one of the main squares in the city, it contained the Town Hall and the impressive Brabo Fountain rising up from rubble right in front of it. Around the edge were a collection of bars, restaurants and souvenir shops, the prices of the restaurants were a little on the high side as for the trademark Belgian Mussels you weren't going to get change from 23 Euros a head!
Around the corner from the square we spied some luxury chocolatiers that had amazing ...
... 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 ...