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Travel Blogs from Brussels
... marble, art, chandeliers, mirrors & inlaid floors. I and was surprised to see a large collection of Indonesian gongs & Vietnamese singing bowls too. What does Brussels have to do with Asia?!
So with the highlights done I don't know what I'll get up to tomorrow.
I just started a new book so it would be great if I could find a cafe or quiet park to sink into it.
I finally had dinner in ...
... us that he is the one who dresses the Manneken Pis. Not knowing for sure if it was true or if he was just a local pulling our tail we just continued on with the conversation. He was then telling us about a California College that came over and performed at the sculpture, then got out his camera and showed us the video. As we were getting ready to leave, he said come on with me and told Devin he has a surprise. The bartender signaled to us to get our ...
... but windows when closed are sound proof.
appeared that we weren’t destined to have a flying start to this trip, as once
in Heathrow, our flight was delayed by about an hour for our final leg to
Brussels. The BA seating for us was a
bit strange, as we were seated at the window, one behind the other. If the plane was full, you could understand,
but there was an empty seat next to Betty-Anne, and two empty seats next to
it turned ...
Of course, the same blizzard that allowed me to make it onto the flight in Chicago (see previous day's entry) caused us to miss our connection at the Brussels Airport. So we spent five hours in the airport before getting on another flight that would redirect us to Freetown through London. ...