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... that matters to me!
But as we say in Belgium, it wasn't all rosy smell and moonlight (sorry, literally translated), so I decided to make a 100% honest, uncensored, say what I think and feel blog of all those months. Read it with an open mind, don't take it as a general truth but a personal experience, don't take it too serious and last but not least, don't take any offence on it! Here we go...
- Things that I learned, besides some general skills ...
... that went under a low bridge that we could get under with our arch down. The canal leads to the same river via a small lock, but there was a mooring before it so we stopped for lunch. The sun was shining and there was water and electric and we had washing to do after our visitors so we decided to stop the night and get it all done and dried before the rain that had been forecast came in.
Willebroek is a small ...
... before taking refuge in Brüsel, a three-story comic shop including international titles (but a lot of Belgian stuff, obviously), original artwork, and an in-house framing center (which is a GREAT idea!). We stopped by a couple more shops, Multi BD and Little Nemo (specializing in older items) as we walked down Boulevard Anspach.
Jaclyn's appetite for comics was quickly sated, although her desire to try one of Belgium's claims to fame was ...
... even stranger.
I was able to hang out with a friend from high school while here because she was studying abroad. She gave us some great tips on the city. We took some advice and went up a parking garage to see the city. We were able to see the Eiffel Tower of Belgium called the Atomium which is a huge metal cube which balls at each corner. It represents an iron atom built for the world's fair of 1958. I was not thoroughly impressed by Belgium except for waffles and chocolate!
... we didn't have to go far for some regional brews as there was a well stocked bar on the main floor. We were right between the ethnic and tourist parts of town, offering all sorts of small supermarkets or restaurants with different foreign foods and only a short distance to the cities main attractions.
Our first full day began with a visit to an original friterie which still remains in a small booth amidst modern ...