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... wife. We chatted about maple syrup (of course!), life in Belgium, and European meat products. They noted that the meat here is of a much higher quality, and that everything - including clothes - seem to be better made/higher quality, even if you buy it at a discount store. I left them, and met a young Belgian who was attending with his Canadian girlfriend. Both he and his girlfriend were lovely people, and he offered to give me a ride home. I ...
... with our food for a bit, we eventually finished (it was amazing), and one of the other girls got up and piled all the dishes at the end to make things easier for the waitress (we were causing enough of a scene in the restaurant; the least we could do was tidy up a bit). The owner returned and looked at her. “What are you doing? You don’t work here! You’re hired!” After surveying the group, he asked, “Whose idea was it to come here ...
... square, it was surprising how many people were out in the streets. We passed many people just enjoying themselves in the cafes, socialising in groups and just sitting watching others. We passed some street dancers, hip hop with their loud music encouraging others to join them. We passed a band playing in the street with a crowd of people watch and dancing along.
We eventually returned to our hotel so we will be able to rise early for our bus trip out of the ...
... If you live on the same continent and
speak the exact same language as the people here (They speak, Flemish, Dutch
and French) do you really need to be with a tour?
Crossing the same bridge I made a beeline for the opposite direction
that the tour group had gone and found myself alone on a park bench right along
the canal and watching a windmill drift in the breeze. After about twenty minutes I hear a whole group
of footsteps and find ...
... post-Soviet nations.
The Parlamentarium was well worth a visit, not least because it was free (at the point of use at least). The staff was amazingly helpful and forthcoming. Just as well they weren’t selling something otherwise they would have been well annoying. You got given an iPhone-like device – it could have been an actual one underneath – to hang around your neck, with an earpiece. When you held ...