Auberge de Jeunesse Génération Europe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... called La Roumiere, which I mentioned before. I walked up to the top, looking back at the field where the Germans watched an inexperienced American batallion come up the hill, and then mowed down 200 of them. Around the top I found foxholes and gun emplacements where the ground was leveled. A few yards away I emerged into an expansive field on the other side of the hill, where three young girls were playing, enjoying the lovely sunny morning. ...
... satisfied, spirits lifted and slightly ******. Not sure if this was due to the fact we were hungry or tired or both.
After lunch we grabbed our bags from the car and went to our hotel to check in. Room was good, settled in, had contact with the internet, and fell asleep until 17:15. Read some 'God is not Great' and showered then headed back out.
We headed in another direction of town and found a huge Cathedral and modern square. Some more impressive architecture and ...
In the center of town the was a light show with an exhibit looking like a xmas tree. Lit up the whole square with kick ass dub step music (beats snoopy's Christmas on the TelstraClear building... just)
One morning went for an explore around the European capital. Hands-down the coldest I've ever been, got caught in a blizzard and snowed on. Was fun for about 2 mins. ...
... of the city as well as the obligatory Brugge and Ghent. Our most unfortunate moment was stopping for a Belgian waffle after seeing them in the window, which turned out to be 6.50€ for a cold waffle with cherries and whipped cream on top…not the experience we'd dreamed of. We did have some excellent Belgian fries though, which have slightly more potato flavor than the usual deal. Expensive as it is to eat dinner in Brussels, we decided to go on the tangerine diet ...
... We made it back for the tours and the class got split up into two and we started our walk of Bruges. Our lady was really proud of her city and throughout our entire 2 hour tour she seemed to know a lot of what she was talking about. Bruges was a beautiful city (called the Venice of the north) with canals throughout the city and old little houses everywhere. If it hadn’t been misting rain and freezing cold it probably would have been amazing. After our tours we had a few ...