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... a group - one for the bakers, grease makers, cabinet makers, butchers, brewers and many more! The square is large and is pretty from every angle. The streets surrounding the square are full of the usual - chocolates, waffles and magnets - much like in Bruge. Just a couple of blocks down - the Manneken Pis - a (very!) small bronze statue of a boy having a wee. I cannot believe this is almost a national symbol of Belgium...! Another oddity of ...
... with a ton of old buildings mixed in with bars and shops. When we got home we made BRUSSEL SPROUTS!!! They were delicious.
I cannot believe that it is before midnight and I am going to be in bed.
Next stop: Bruges, Belgium
# of cities: 23
# of countries: 9
... or not this would affect her connecting flight - lady, you might not see an hour from now, never mind your connecting flight. With air traffic at a virtual standstill, and the passengers coached, the pilot started what might have been a very final descent. They landed hard, and the Czech girl I spoke to said that her first thoughts after the scraping and thudding had stopped were, "wait, am I alive, am I really alive?" They were frightened that it ...
... number and real name (Daniel). Apparently he would like to show me Brussels at night if I ever come back. Um, let's see...NO! 2) The city is really kinda dumpy in a charming sort of way. 3) Lots of neat graffiti. 4) The fountain of the peeling boy was completely underwhelming and probably the most crowded area I saw. Unfortunately this was the spot I picked as the rendezvous point to meet ...
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