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... our bags are already near maximum for the flight to Milan [and our waistlines didn't need tempting at this stage of the journey.]
The city is typical of many of its European and Middle Eastern counterparts in that like shops/ trades tend to be grouped together. Hence, you have the fashion district, arts/crafts district, Antiques, and so on. Good for the purchaser in getting competition and assists with locating ...
... found an interesting tidbit about this museum. They have games geared toward children that involve the exhibits. The three games are:
1) Crime at the Museum: Players investigate among the works of the museum to find who killed brother Jehan and the weapon that smashed his skull.
2) Flying with dragons: At the entrance of the museum they'll find 1 small note book and a bag with a special dragon information kit. Write down what ...
Get to my train for Antwerp with no hassles (though it was 15 minutes late), and got to the hostel quite easily. Once I arrived, I threw all of my stuff in the room, and the guy showed me around. The hostel used be a Belgian chocolate factory back in the 70s...awesome. It was a really nice day, and with the recent spell of cold weather it seemed fitting to sit up on the roof terrace of the hostel with a beer, some cigarettes, and finish reading Keith ...
... It's got so much character - Saturday markets, old couples walking the streets at night holding hands, young couples enjoying an intimate dinner at hole in the wall restaurants, and the occasional roar from the Irish Pub at the corner.
For those of you who've got plans to visit Brussels, I highly suggest visiting and perhaps even staying in Louiza.
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... for dealing with the train this week for work. I'm excited to start though... and to eat waffles and chocolate every day.
Current Pet Peeves:
It's so difficult to find wi-fi around here. I assumed major train stations or airports would have it.
The exchange rate. ugh.
Why do different countries have to use different electricity plugs? Can't we all just agree on one?
Europeans don't seem to understand ...