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Travel Blogs from Beersel
... the roof of a parking station, shouted declarations of love through the big megaphone at the end of the wide avenue near Midi train station, and checked out a cool skate park.
So on top of the beer, whilst there is no Eiffel tower, Colosseum or Big Ben, Brussels still has plenty to offer. We both enjoyed our time in this melting pot of culture, cuisine, people, architecture and customs. It was funky and fun, and dare I say even a bit trendy (but don’t tell the locals ...
... dark and cloudy and we had no idea what to expect for the public transportation system. We had just started feeling comfortable with the London tube system, and so moving onto something different was nerve racking, especially considering we were now facing a language barrier!! We managed quite well to get to where we needed to go and before we knew it we were checking into our hostel!!
After we got settled in, we went out for a few Belgian beers at a bar in ...
... for someone named Frank Brangwyn. I had not heard of him but he was born in Bruges in 1867 but left as a young boy. He lived in England mainly and some time in the U.S. He had some really interesting works and seemed to do art and drawings in all kinds of different methods: oil, etchings, litho, art-wood carvings, charcoal. In the 20th century, he was unusual as an artist since he did commercial work for advertising and selling war bonds.Again it was cold ...
... s a nice train, I just wish it had WIFI
Arrived in Brussels and stored our luggage in a lock box
Sight seeing, St. Michaels Cathedral(inside closed) and the manikin
Ate belguim chocolate and waffles
Dinner and belguim beer at a returant right by the manikin
Met a bunch of college students who were going to some kind of show and had extra tickets
Turns out it was a classy belguim ...
... they get bored. Aside from this pricing issue, Sage and I both enjoyed the aquarium, especially the audio tour. It was full of interesting details, and I learned odd things.
After the aquarium, we met Joe for lunch at the hotel and then headed to the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate. This is a small museum that has received very mixed reviews on TripAdvisor, but we decided to give it a try because you get ...