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14:50 still in Brussels I think the weather doesn't want us to leave. But no, dear bad weather, we fight back! Though a little delay caused us an amount of stress, we are still sitting in the lounge with a piece of cake, crisps, a coke and a sprite. The view is grey with a chance of the arrival of our plane (see picture). In Zurich, which ...
... shops are, and then got a beer in a famous cafe called La Fleur en Papier Dore, where Rene Magritte - a famous Belgian surrealist artist - used to hang out with his contemporaries! I had a Hoegaarden Rose which was soooooo good! The beer here is so delicious, I think everyone would love it!
Then we went to see Audrey Hepburn's first house - very exciting for me because she is one of my all time ...
... native Belgian who LOVES Belgian beers and has a degree in Tourism, he's about the best person I could imagine to take me around Belgium.
Saturday night we went out in Leuven, sticking to several very small, out of the way bars and drinking nothing but the finest Belgian ales we could find. It was a pleasant reminder of how much I love that country, and especially their brews. Not to mention Leuven: a small college town full ...
... in London.
I was getting really anxious of seeing my baby, so I was blood nerveous!
At 11.45h he FINALLY came through the (almost wrong) gate. In his shorties :) with the freezing cold temperatures outside.
I ran towards him, jumped in his arms, we kissed and left for the car.
Straight to Antwerp, for a shower and some good fresh Belgian fries.
... the game with an ever-increasing heartbreak. We booed with the patrons at the refs, and left them to their mourning.
Alright, Amsterdam: first of all, we totally had a hostel on the edge of the Red Light District...it was some sort of Christian outreach, so that was cool, but about 3 doors down, girls were standing in windows in pretty little. So weird.
Lots of "coffee" shops and the above, though the canals and the bridges were very beautiful. We met this ...