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... selling table cloths, pets and pet supplies etc to balance it out. After scoping
out the market we went for a coffee and got served to us with the coffee, a
small advocat with whipped cream, very nice, (the coffee was good too).
After that we went in search of a fabric house. Found it and
went in to browse. Well, talk about wonderful interior decorating, it ...
... to turn it off. We landed late in Brussels, but getting through customs was easy. Even getting to the gate was easy, and boarding even easier. Not too many people on the plane yet, a few familiar faces, including the whiny child that was on the previous flight, but now we're in the same row. I'm on the other side of the plane, but that shrieking child is now in view. Now, I don't know much about kids, or parenting, but this kid clearly looks ...
One of my good friends here in Barcelona, Lindsey, has another friend studying in Belgium, so when she suggested going to visit, we decided to make a girl's weekend out of it! So Lindsey, Rachel and I headed off to Brussels for a few days!
Our plane touched down, and all we could see was fog and rain, but it cleared off as we entered the city of Brussels! We met up with Mady and immediately had our first ...
... and then further on up. It was like being in Disneyland.
We walked up the main street of Antwerp admiring the grand buildings including a number that were quite old and also many new shops. It seems that this is a very affluent city and had been for many years. No sign of a recession in Antwerp.
Our first stop was the Antwerp Cathedral built between 1350 and 1520. It is the largest cathedral in Belgium. The walls and ...
... cobblestone streets, gorgeous buildings older than my native country, and an extremely vibrant culture of university students. In fact, Leuven is home to the oldest Catholic university in the world - a true college town.
On Sunday Bjorn drove us to Antwerp for the day, where we just walked and explored the city, stopping off for the occasional beer in a local pub. Antwerp was a very beautiful city, impressing with both the ...