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... perk... She handled all the reservations and laid everything out with very nice places. A great way to get spoiled esp when you pay for all ahead of time.we used the credit card once we left home, so we could keep track and only spent $ on meals and tours. It has been a great trip with wonderful memories and no regrets. I am sure we will be ready to go again once we start getting bored with home. So till the next time: AuRevoir, Chao, Good ...
... with Austria until 1795, when the Southern
Netherlands was captured and annexed by France. Brussels became the
capital of the department of the Dyle. It remained a part of ...
... my hotel. Of course, I’d gone in the wrong direction. So, I hailed a cab who took me right around the block.
Once there (Hotel Aris), I checked in and stowed my luggage until I could get a room (it was about 9 am). So, I went walking around. The big center in Brussels is called the Grand Place. This is an absolutely stunning square in town (did you know "place" means “square?” I didn’t). There’s a ...
... down. None of us were prepared for the terrifyingly cold trip, but alas, we made it.
First stop in Brussels? Food. And what to have for our first meal? A belgian waffle of course! Several of us enjoyed a waffle for our first meal, and it did not dissapoint. Loaded with fruit and chocolate and whipped cream, the waffles were every bit of nutrition our mothers would want to make sure we are getting on the trip!
... 1 cent Canadian, 10 cents Bolivian
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 5 (Flemmish - Vlinder)
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 2
Next stop: Bruges, Belgium