Crowne Plaza Hotel Brussels Airport
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... that' s about it... When people ask me why I keep on going back to Africa, my answer is clear...because of the people...no I don't have an African boyfriend but I'm in love with African people. Their way of life, the no-stress mentality, the sense of humor and especially the fact that they don't have anything but big misery and still try to laugh it away with a big joke...all things I can not write down in words...and that's why I love Africa!
... mouth full not because its "bad manners", but because no one else wants to see half chewed food. You don't point with your knife because no one wants to have a knife pointed at them. You don't let a door slam when people around you are sleeping. And you don't walk on the clearly marked bike path while bicyclists consider your untimely demise. From the windmills of Kinderdigk I plot in a course for the Oostvoorne peninsula. One of the peninsulas was meant ...
... the rest of the day touring the city. Brussels is a very big beer city, so a few of us were really excited about finding the local greats for beer. We stopped at what I previously knew as a bar the Delirium, but now know to be a collection of buildings that hosts the most beers available at one time record at 2,004. We didn't quite get to try each of them, it was unfortunate.
Eventually we happened upon the famous Manneken ...
Today we were going back to Brussels to catch our flights back to London. We drove the couple of hours to the city and decided that we wanted to see Atomium, which was a structure built to look like a giant molecule for the World Fair. The nerd in me had to see this. When we got close to it, we could see it from the freeway. This was far bigger than I had imagined. We parked and walked up to this huge structure. It was a ...
... still going on, and we pushed into the square to watch the illuminations, rubbing shoulders with those who were drinking champagne from delicate glass flutes from a nearby tent. The lights were a bit hypnotizing, and I felt like I was about 5 again. To one side of me towered the giant Christmas tree brought up from the Ardennes and decorated with blue-white lights, and to the other side lights danced across the Town Hall like the Aurora Borealis.
This then, is ...