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... tape, security guards, anti riot fences. Maybe I'll see Obama having a chow down on some French fries post-Putin problem solving :P
Last random side note, for anyone planning on visiting Brussels, it is not a very bike friendly city lol, I would suggest a walking tour unless you are a confident bike rider.
Laurence and Nicolas will be home soon, so I will wrap this post up.
Hope the weather is better wherever you are!
... t get very far if you only know Dutch. She said you only benefit yourself for learning more languages. She said that if you know French, Spanish, English, and Italian, you can get by anywhere in Europe.
The friend I made, Kunal, he knows Spanish, French, English, and is studying Italian at University.
I learned a lot and really appreciated hearing their perspectives on language and culture.
I left in the morning to Amsterdam...
... as our first leg was London to Brussels on the Eurostar. After a 3 hour train trip, we arrived in Brussels, ready to sample their fine beer. Not too shabby for a first day. The Belgians do make very good beer but the thing they really excel at is chocolate. The secret ingredient is the cocoa beans from Africa and of course the cream. Given that our travels have seen us dining out for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we thought ...
... place that have a pink elephant on and we worked out it was a beer brewery. We were then told that there was a 'Delerium' village where there were a collection of bars selling their beer. We found our way there up tiny streets lined with restaurants where the waiters stand outside and practically drag you in. We chose a bar and ordered 'pink killer' which was great (and non-lethal). Some ...
... eat our way through Brussels and then back off a little the rest of the trip. Chocolate, French Fries, Waffles, and Beer. What more could we ask for? Since by the time we reached the shawarma place, it had started to snow, we spent about an hour inside savoring the fries, putting on an extra pair of pants, and making myself a head scarf because it was so cold out. Delirium Café was next on our list of places to see with over 2,000 different types of beer sold. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking