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... 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 ...
... need to be willing to explore a little. I mentioned that Brussels was dirty but I should add that it is also very pretty…does that make sense? Just needs a little dusting, well, a lot of dusty and gum removal but haha the buildings are actually quite nice, reminds me of a shorter version of Paris actually and of course the Grand Place is just simply amazing. The museums there from memory were a lot of fun too and the place is ...
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 ...
... of water shot out straight at me. I got a bit wet and some water
got into my camera. This was very annoying but over the course of a
few hours this would dry up. I got a few souvenirs and then wandered
into the grand palace area.
I walked around the palace area, went into the
information centre and purchased the Brussels card. I tried to
purchase the card at the airport yesterday but they didn't know what
I was talking about. This card got me into museums ...
... our train. This called for sitting down and actually planning the day out hour by hour.
The moment everyone has been waiting for...my favorite city in at #1..........
1. Barcelona, Spain- I've been two times now and I have seen the city for a total of 5 full days. There is just so much to do in the city. It's always good enough weather and doesn't rain often in the winter and in the Summer the weather is a little hot, but for me that's perfect. I ...
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- Pets allowed