City Apartments Leuven
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... with his own kitchen and two bathrooms. The other rooms all share bathrooms and a kitchen.
We cleaned up, had a couple beers and hit the town. Tim took us to this square that has more than 25 pubs along the sides with chairs out in the middle of the square where everyone parties. It was a Wednesday but the square was hopping. We went for a beer at a few different places in the square and met up with a bunch of his buddies who were all beauties. ...
Today was another travel day.
Get to airport, flight Tromso to Oslo, then Oslo to Brussels.
Train to Brussels CBD and find Hotel
I race of to see Annie (cousin) & Marcel for a catch up.
Margaret walked aound the Grand Mart.
... so now we eat out for dinner maybe once a week!)
Bruge has lovely canals, and lovely old churches and cute lane ways with specialty shops, and I found a beautiful Christmas shop which I spent ages in.. I adore Christmas shops.
We caught the train back to Brussels as Kane had a gig there at a really trendy bar in the centre of the city called Bonnefooi. It was a really great gig, people were dancing and clapping and having a good time. ...
Started the day with an orientation session at the place we're staying, The Leuven Institute
for Ireland (http://www.leuveninstitute.eu), which is absolutely gorgeous. Although some people have been joking that we're living in a prison because there are rules about not having food in the rooms (obviously not enforced in my room) and there are no televisions to be found. Speaking of the rooms, they are so spacious and clean... ours is ...
... of budget restaurant for the eve, a bearnaise steak and chips warming the cockles, we were astounded to find the Grand Place lit up in amazing shades of reds, purples and blues. Textures projected upon the town hall appeared to move from afar, and then, without warning, as the clock struck six, the sound of music filled the square; blaring Christmas tunes as the display became more vibrant and extravagant. Brussels town hall was transformed into a canvas for live ...