Budget Flats Leuven
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... fish, steamed veg, curry and rice, and sweet and sour fitted the bill nicely.
Went for a wander down the street to at least see the Stella Artois brewery while we are in the town where they started brewing in 1366 (unfortunately brewery tours finish at the end of October, which would have filled our afternoon nicely)
Flying out tomorrow, time to repack the bags and get to sleep...
... my last afternoon exploring Brussels and stoping at chocolate shops to try out the many different samples laid out across the store. After getting a number of mean glares for eating a few too many chocolate samples, I decided to pass up the next few shops on my way out of the city center.
Of course for our last night in Brussels, we had to make sure we got as much "Belgium Beer" before we departed for Paris. By ...
... gold ring" scams here like there were in Paris. The city is home to the European Parliament and European Union Headquarters so it is full of expats, who are well paid and happy. The city is also full of well-used green spaces and town squares, which gives the city a nice community feeling. Plus, Brussels is quite inexpensive, even in the busy tourist areas, food, souvenirs and clothes are cheaper or similar to Australia. Somehow or another ...
... br> In a way it is very reminiscent of Pennsylvania in the spring. The weather and the fauna all around. The bike paths we rode on reminded me of the paths we used to walk on in Morgantown.
Kathy's family is very funny and very intelligent. I have enjoyed learning a little more about the attitudes and social tendencies of the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) area from them.
... Belgium; the French speaking (Walloon) south east and the Flemish (similar to Dutch) speaking north. In our search for shops we had seen in the morning we came across a lace and costume museum (all other museums are closed on Mondays). This was where we spent most of our time. We marveled at the exquisite detail in the embroidery of men’s and women’s clothes from the past. Much was from the age of the bustle and padded hips rather than ...