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... was also the last of the Diamond League meetings with some events to still be decided.
We returned to Brussels & marvelled at the Grand-Place one of Europe's most beautiful squares. Originally marshland, the Grand-Place was drained in the 12th century & by 1350 covered markets for bread, meat &cloth had been erected, born of an economic boom of the cloth industry. Later, the ...
... red light district. The rain had started again which scared us from going back outside so instead we became friendly with two Aussie blokes and two American girls in our room. We chatted with them for many hours before heading out for dinner and also an innocent visit to the most touristy coffee shop we could find. We wandered the rainy streets for a short while visiting some of the shops in the red light district before bed.
The next day our flight wasn't ...
... When we got above ground, we were still relatively lost. Trying to make sense of the small map on my phone that lacked any sort of helpful detail, a man approached us and asked if he could help. He recognized the address and pointed us down a main street, and after a short walk we arrived at the hotel. Tired and hungry, we ordered a pizza and enjoyed it in our room (I enjoyed mine with delicious trappist beer, which Belgium is famous for), and went to bed at around 2 ...
Friday after work, I decided to get out of Brussels one last time for a overnight trip. This time I stayed with a fellow intern who is from the Netherlands. Margaux lives right across the border of Belgium and the Netherlands. So much so, that I trained within in Belgium and drove into the Netherlands within 10 minutes! The same distance as if I was taking the 80th Ave train station back to my house, except I was crossing COUNTRY borders nonchalantly! I ...
... had some time before we had to meet the coach, so we headed off in small groups for shops and waffle stands. One cannot visit Belgium without sampling some Belgian waffles, and there were several stands selling them. I chose one that was fully loaded: bananas, strawberries, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce. At 5€, it was a decadent delight, though I don’t know how they expected anyone to eat it with the ...