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Travel Blogs from Bierbeek
... walking as all the waiters call out to you and try to get your attention. The street looks cool but I walked quickly down it. We wandered around some more and looked quickly at The Grand Place, but then the rest of our group had arrived. We went back to meet our other five friends (Dana, Alex, Charlie, Jenna, and Wesley). They were starving so we checked out a couple places that looked fast and settled on a sandwich ...
... While they had corsets on display most of the dresses had not been worn by women with tiny waists. They would have fitted quite substantial figures. The intricacy of the hand made laces, was just as incredible on a miniature scale as the cathedral architecture that keeps drawing me back. One piece was set up with the dozens of bobbins needed to create these tiny wonders. Another part was running a modern exhibition of monochrome quilting plus a ...
... the windmills and the birds.
· The diversity of the scenery in the Netherlands – we hadn't all realized that there were as many beaches and forests in addition to the canals and lowlands.
· The architecture and the history in the towns we visited.
· Being together as siblings, and recognizing the similarities and differences ...
... We were able to visit a few of the balls as there were escalators connecting them. It was also a pit stop on a recent amazing race episode. In general, the atomium was rather a disappointment for what it is but it does make for interesting photos.
We took the metro back and continued to search for Turkish food. We found a place, it was rather average, before heading back to the Sheraton to meet Ant for the trip home.
End of Eurotrip #3!!
Before the trip was over, we made sure to visit the Atomium to see the worlds largest atom and Mini-Europe to see many of Europe's buildings and monuments in miniature size.