Auberge de Jeunesse Génération Europe
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... Now I’m sitting in my room in Schaerbeek, terribly jet-lagged and feeling like I’ve been hit by a truck, but I feel at home.
Getting home to Canada was an adventure, and it made me realize why, if Europeans do go to North America, they seem to have a tendency to visit Toronto or New York. Getting to the west coast is excruciatingly difficult, a problem that was compounded by my own stupidity (I prefer to think of it as over ...
... yoghurt and puddings and sat in the shade with the locals enjoying them!
Belgium, is of course home to Belgium beer which we had to try a few of. Instead of paying through the nose at the cafes, we grabbed some from the supermarket and enjoyed them in our hotel room while looking out over the buildings of the Grand Place. I also found Twiglets!! (a UK snack that I loved when we lived there).
We looked up the only vegan café in Brussels ...
Arrived at Brussels airport after a restless night compounded by a large video screen two rows in front of us that played movies all night long, punctuated by someone hitting the call button every few minutes. Getting thru passport control required working our way thru a confusing queue ...
... e most beautiful middle eastern pastry shop on the way where we bought some baklava. Actually, nothing is much more than 20 minutes away from anywhere. Brussels ( inside the ring road) is pretty compact. It only has a population of 1m. After spending much of our leisure time in places that are bigger than TO it takes some getting used to places which are smaller. However, it is certainly an accessible city. Morry and I walked ...
... is RIDICULOUS, why anyone would have/need it is beyond me but I swear it is one of the biggest most outrageous buildings I've ever seen...it may even rival the Forbidden Palace but that's a different story). Then you have more chocolate shops and crazy markets, I didn't even go to the EU parliament part of town!...But it's a kicker of a city. In the end I simply gave up trying to decide what kind of city Brussels was because there's really nothing that ...