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I am writing to you after an eventful weekend in Brussels. This past weekend a group of us left for Brussels. We took an early bus from Paris at 7 am which required us to wake up at 3:45 am in order to take a bus to Paris and then the metro to the bus station. First of all, I will never take a bus again- even if its the cheapest way …
We stayed in France last night. Well the Hotel De France in Brussels, but it was as close as we were going to get. Our final resting point was probably the worst despite being amongst the most expensive. There was, however, little available in Brussels, and on the positive side, this was right by the station, which comes in useful given the early …
... and Wouter had an Augistiner.we then took at ram back to the train and came back to Brussels. We had some nice rose and snacks at the apt. And then went to a Pizzaria near Claire's but unfortunately it was closed. So then we went to really cute restaurant on Rue Haut called La Folie and had Steak and frites and pasta at 11:00 pm. Wouter and I walked home which took only 20 minutes and felt good after the late dinner. All in all a great ...
... dance of Pizzica Tarantata and traditional songs with roots in the Griko language a form of Greek spoken by a minority in Salento - to the enthusiastic attention of a new Italian generation and beyond.
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represents the northern tip of this whole urban area. Anyone with any
prior knowledge of Brussels' city style will be no doubt familiar with
the Grand Place, which contains pretty much the final word in stylish
Belgian architecture, and is a joy to behold, when surrounded by such finely detailed buildings in a sizeable expanse where tourists flock
to gain a feel for this piece of Belgian splendour. Leading off from
the Grand Place are streets a-plenty, and ...