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... Kwak featured a bulbuous glass that came in a wooden frame. Seriously. And it was pretty damn good too, and at 8% alcohol, more than enough for the evening.
After dinner, we enjoyed the lit-up buildings of Grand Place over coffees and chocolate. It's unseaonably warm- about 60F- so the outdoor tables were filled with late-night drinkers. We were pretty tired after a long day of traveling and walking, so we all bade goodnight at 11pm. ...
... and now has a job at a biotech company in the Netherlands. I could tell immediately that he was one of my people. We shared details about ourselves, talked about people and relationships, philosophy, the existence of God, and more. I really enjoyed talking to him. At dinner, I split lasagna and steak with Jordan N, and Jordan T got the famous mussels in a white wine sauce that he had wanted to try. After our dishes were taken away, someone started an origami war with ...
Its weird to think that Steve left Wellington before I got up here today, but won't be here for another day and a half...
First session of the day was about different trial designs, and Paul was first up - his talk was really good, and the whole session was really interesting.
I skipped off before it finished to watch a talk about concussion - it was really interesting, though not really ...
As soon as you arrive in Brussels, you will be bombarded with souvenirs of the famous statue of a tinkling naked little boy known as the Manneken Pis or the Little Peeing Man. From a stroll down a quiet little street we turned a corner to be faced with what looked like a demonstration, but it was only tourists fixating on this little man. I must come clean and tell you I didn't take the photo of him...I just wasn't up ...
The second stop on our Belgium trip was the capital, Brussels. I think of all the cities I've visited throughout my life, Brussels is the most beautiful city of them. Everything is so ornate and so well-kept, with grass and trees and plazas everywhere.
Really close to the train station was the Cathedral of Saint Michael and Saint Gudula, a church that was originally built around the year 1047. Because it was Sunday, there was still ...