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Travel Blogs from Brussels
... as well add a few beers and chocolates to our ever expanding waistlines. The Belgians have over 250 types of beer, not just lager and pilsner for these cunning Belgians. The real trick is that every type of beer has its on style of glass here. It was unreal to see the beer glass cabinet in the bars. After a break we took a walk to view the Grand'Place. The main area is a square with many baroque guilded buildings and its ...
... that's because the "cereals" are dried over an oak fire instead of dried electrically. He then gave us an unflavored lambic, which was very sour. I kept trying to like it but didn't succeed very well. We also had crusty bread with a creamy cheese made with lambic.
I was able to FaceTime with John a little tonight, so that made me happy. He held Chloe up to the camera, but she looked really ticked off (not unusual).
Oh, and I found out at lunch ...
... variety of pictures we planned, but we didn't make it as far as we wanted.
Our first stop was the Notre Dame de la Chapelle a 1134 cathedral. Before we left, Dave & I watched a 10 part mini-series called "Pillars of the Earth" on Showtime about the building of Westminster Abbey. It has given us a great appreciation for the amount of work that went into the building of ...
It was freakin cold May 3, 2010. My best coursemates (2 girls) and me
decided to try couchsurfing for the first time in our life and just
picked country. Oke, it was Belgium actually, but if not this, we had also
never reached one awesome little place in the Netherlands! And this was a birthday gift for one of the girls too.
was awesome guy, with handsome brother and two dogs, and of course
entire family in their huge house, but they ...
... the peeing boy in Brussels, the peeing girl. I got a great photo of it and had some good laughs. she looks ridiculous. then he surprised me again and took me to his favorite spot in the city, a little cafe called Lord Byron. what a name, right!? it was great. the place was cozy and a local joint with no fuss. we talked for over an hour and then made our way home. i was in for yet another night of talking and hanging out with alexandre, learning ...