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Next, we visited the Parlamentarium, an interactive museum that highlighted the history of the formation of the EU dating back to the First World War and tracing its history to the present. There were a number of interactive exhibits that catered to our language through the use of an earpiece and smart device. This would have worked the same for any of the 24 languages available. Personal biographies, ...
... would be able to find my way there and back if I wanted to walk.
I was now ready for a snack and Yasser had pointed out the street where the waffles are one euro (that's plain with no toppings which is how the locals eat them) so I headed down the street to get my snack. Then I had my way blocked by a large group of people. I could not figure out what the deal was since I could find my way around, but then they started chanting "One Direction" and I ...
I went to the box I mentioned yesterday (I think) today and it has a name.
It's called the Atomium and it's not a box at all, it actually looks like an atom.
So I was way off on that one!
Anyway, I went to the very top and had a look at the view over Brussels. It was amazing! Such a sunny day and the whole city looked amazing! I spotted the Grand Platz in the distance ...
... to try and figure out how to buy one from a machine or stand in line at the train station.
In a cab on the ...
... Best Beer in the World," and justifiably so) and Nocturnum, I think it's safe to say that we were all eager to wet our proverbial whistles (or livers. How does that saying go again?) at this particular spot.
It's a good thing Jaclyn enjoyed the beer, because after our drinks it was off to the Belgian Comic Strip Center, a museum dedicated to...well, you know. I wasn't sure what to expect from the place, but it was an impressive exhibit for both fans ...