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Up later than we'd planned (it's so tiring all of this sunbathing and tasty foods!) A bit late to leave Prego without a walk so we left the bike ride and wandered for breakfast at the patisserie. Not at all what I'd envisaged but lovely nonetheless; mainly due to the company. I'd pictured assorted pastries and pots of hot coffee but what we had was bread rolls (pistolets) with butter and jam! I asked the very nice man what some of the things were on the menu and I got "these ...
... Got a new number. I still hasn't memorized my whole Belgian cell number, but I'm getting there soon. Lastly, I went on a date with a nice gentleman from South France who is living in Brussels for 6 months. (He asked me out the day before during a subway stop!) he was a tad awkward because English is his third language. We went out to a nice fries place, and he paid for it. It was an interesting date ...
... get on and song, one guy played guitar, musically entertaining everyone, of course in hopes we will all spare some change.
As a random side note, I am loving how very European everyone is around me, by that I mean a hug and a kiss on the cheek while saying hello and good bye. It's a very lovely tradition, welcoming and positive.
Another random side note, G7 is being hosted in Brussels right now, kind of crazy to see all of the ...
... waffles yet?
Everything was so delicious, and because we were eating so much food, it made us very tired to the point where we didn't do a whole lot at night.
We were in bed by 12 the first night, and the second night we tried to go out to a bar or club, but soon realized that we were too tired to even do that. It was nice to sleep and relax. I probably enjoyed that aspect most about our stay in Brussels. It was ...
... indulge in bottomless beer, which explains the shakiness of some of the revellers. We passed by part of the medieval wall surrounding the centre and got to the Palace of Justice, gigantic stone structure with huge marble columns and arches and a dome higher than Rome's St. Peter's Cathedral. It was surrounded by scaffolding and seemed to be enormously expensive to heat and maintain from what I could gather by walking through. It remains that Belgium was once an ...
Other places to stay in Diegem
Da Vincilaan 4, Diegem | 4 star hotelfrom $106
7 Holidaystraat, Diegem | 4 star hotelfrom $91
Da Vinci Laan 25, Diegem | 3 star hotelfrom $98
De Kleetlaan,14, Diegem | 4 star hotelfrom $98
Culliganlaan 4B, Diegem | 4 star hotelfrom $111
Bessenveldstraat 15, Diegem | 4 star hotelfrom $91
Berkenlaan 4, Diegem | 3 star hotelfrom $87
Berkenlaan 5, Diegem | 2 star hotelfrom $71
Bessenveldstraat 17, Diegem | 4 star hotelfrom $58
Bessenveldstraat, Diegem | 1 star hotelfrom $57