Gasthof De Pastorij
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... get out of the nippy air. It's chilly and damp in Leuven at this time of year, similar to what I'm used to at home.
Touring the city streets, I'm amazed at how friendly everyone is. In Vancouver no one makes eye contact on the streets, they seem to rush to their designation. As I stroll through the streets, people who pass smile in acknowledgement, although they may be in on the joke that I have no clear destination in ...
... Patzzi (there are 8 brothers and sisters so don't keep track). She used to live in Italy as a sculptor and was trained in the university here for 8 years as as painter and sculptor.
She has a 15 year old daughter who she just sent off to Paris (by herself). She was certainly the fun "Mom". She made a great pasta dish with fresh basil and showed us some of ...
... hour & boarded the 9 pm train back to Brussels. After the hour long ride, we again got confused on the train & missed the connecting subway train! It can be very frustrating but we just take it in stride. We flagged down a taxi at the main station & had him drive us back to our hotel. We went right to bed, around 11 pm as we had a 6:30 am alarm set for our last leg into Antwerp, which is where we would be departing with the ...
... ble ble ble Leauven?". Hearing this other language my brain immediately switched off my English mode and responded instinctively and without hesitation "Yes it is" ... in Swedish.
I suppose a Ja is a Ja is a Ja, for each of them understood, thanked me and moved along.
Leuven...where one street's in French, the next in Flemish and none are in Swedish.
... soon blotted out the view. And there, far below us, we could
see hundreds of people lining up to start a fun run. A FUN RUN??? In THIS weather??? Must be mad!!!
By the time we had finished looking around (2-3 hours), the snow was gone, and the city was
bathed in brilliant sunshine. Still freezing cold, but doesn't seem as bad if the sun is ...