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Like all cities i had visited Brussels had beggars, but the difference we noticed was they all had dogs. There was one dog that looked incredibly sad and unhappy that we walked past a couple of times. At one passing a lady was trying to give the dog food and the guy was telling it to stay and lie down, he didn’t want dogfood he wanted money.
It had been a pretty awesome day in Brussles. Meeting new friends that felt like old ...
... Turkish etc food stores). The history is incredible. Here, in so-called crossroads of Europe, there are a hundred different languages spoken, and I work in an exciting place where all our nationalities come together and we work alongside each other. On the other hand, while I’m not homesick, I do miss my home, my dog, my parents (not necessarily in that order, so don’t be offended), and after having seen how some expats live, ...
... important people.
Except last night. I had drinks with Mr. David Plunkett, the Canadian ambassador to the European Union. Not only did I have drinks with him, but I had them at his house (insert fangirly type squeal here)
When I was still back in Canada, I started looking for ex-pat groups here in Brussels, reasoning that there must be a lot of Canadians and they might have organized themselves. I was not disappointed, and ...
... very interesting with their commentary and the coverage of the city. We learn that Tin Tin and the Smurfs were a created here and there is a museum of cartoon.
The city is a place of contrasts,, modern with the old standing side by side. Built up with lush green parks, people rushing with others resting in the parks. It is a busy city with all types of people.
After completing the two circuits, we went for a coffee and decided to try the ...
... 8217;s. We even saw the
location of the first Hospital of St
John, which was the start of this world-wide medical organization. Even the old grain (Korenhuis) stores and
gallows (Galgenhuise) buildings stood within the city environs. Ghent was spectacular and worthy of more than
a short visit. Bruges was more preserved
and historically interesting, including an old Apothecary (Apotheek) still run
by a Pharmacist who proudly displays his ...