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... captioning Facebook pictures while the boys hung out. Then, at 6 PM, we met all the same people from before downstairs, and the girls brought two very quiet and shy Australian brothers, Alex and Sam, with them. *(That reminds me, Jordan and Jordan learned a drinking chant from the Dublin girls in Berlin that they have been using enough that I think it warrants mention here. It goes "Where does he live?!" "Finland!" "What does he drink?" "Finnish, Finnish, Finnish... Etc.")* ...
... just before sunrise. In a way this suits me as I have the whole day and then come 9 pm I am feeling the pinch. The only drawback is that Europe doesn't do "early" as she is slow to wake but equally as slow to retire for the night.
A wonderful way to see a new town or city is to be there when it awakens and watch the inhabitants start their day. I love this part of traveling but again to try and find an early morning cafe to sit armed with a coffee and watch ...
... people being poorly clad. We were dry by then, since we'd missed our tram stop and rode a few extra miles and back, so the trip wasn't entirely in vain!
Thursday morning we made our way to Brussels and what a wonderful city this is. It is not to be missed. We were instantly in love. Well, not instantly....the driver took us to the airport first. Oops!
Lucky us, we arrived on a day when Brussels was having a special ...
... with their surroundings, a process
known as Brusselization.
The Brussels-Capital Region was formed on 18 June 1989 after a
constitutional reform in 1988. It has ...
... internet, they’ve traveled. They live in Ukraine, not The Ukraine (The is taken to imply that it is part of a larger body, i.e. Russia/USSR…the linguistic difference is a bit clearer in Russian). This is no longer the Soviet Union. Sure, the EU isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be, but let Ukrainians make their own decisions. If they want to move towards the EU, let them discover the good and the bad on their own. Germany, Greece, ...