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Travel Blogs from Schaarbeek
I wasn't too sure when we first arrived in Belgium. Already I missed the balmy heat and the ambience of Provence and Barcelona. However, I am now charmed by Brussels (and I have been here before). It is a mix of old and new, and that applies to both buildings and the ethnic composition of the country. It is well organised and interesting. We have bought a pop up tent for Motox...please let ...
... 8217;s efforts for inclusion. I also remind myself that in London I didn’t have many meetings scheduled at the beginning of the week but left the city having met with nine different individuals/organizations. As I travel, I will consistently need to remind myself that I am allowed to take time for myself and experience the cities and not to stress about the number of meetings. It will all work out in the ...
... Romanesque Church.
We enjoy exploring underground as this is where the real history is
clearly displayed for all to see.
first leg is now all but gone, and already we are looking forward to our visit
to Ieper (Ypres). The Belgians have a
soft spot for Aussies, even over here in Brussels. We now look forward to our next adventure.
wishes to all,
... visit to Belgium would not be complete without visiting or mentioning Chocolate, for which it is very famous. Chocolate shops are everywhere, each with their own exclusive chocolate fountain, oozing chocolate from layer to layer, and shelf after shelf of every type and kind of flavoured chocolate imaginable, certainly a chocaholic's paradise. Outside one shop/factory was an 8 ft tall baby elephant in chocolate, the old adage of "how do you eat an elephant, one mouthful at ...
Yesterday we woke up about 8 o clock in time to walk to The EU area in time for our 10 o'clock.The buildings were grand but the tour was not that exciting. There seems to be a lot of bureaucrats having lots of meetings and talking a lot on expense accounts. With three information offices and more than a dozen guides we were well informed on the workings of the European parliament in 23 languages including Gaelic.
We walked around Lousia ...