Holiday Inn Brussels Schuman
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... bocce ball. Pretty neat idea. We also checked out some of the incredible architecture and mannekin pis which is essentially a statue of a baby holding his wiener taking a pee. It is really an icon of Brussels which I thought to be quite funny. For supper we had some cheap Asian food. Then we went back to Hyperion to play more guitar hero and super smash bros. Simon caught on really quickly and I met his friend Clara ...
... holds all my stuff! Way better than the last two. And the rainfall shower is very nice!
I did leave the hotel to walk to the Grand Place, which is the market square of Brussels. My hotel appears to be in the oriental section of town as there were all kinds of different Chinese and Thai restaurants. Anyway, the square was easy to find and the town hall is pretty impressive! The number of carvings must have taken forever to complete. ...
... the apartment, we went out to go to the famous bar, Delirium, which has over 2000 beers to choose from. Being a Thursday night, it was still super crowded but we were fortunate enough to get a table and sit down for a few. Usually, Delirium is jam-packed and barely even room to walk around! It ended up being a late night and we didn't get to bed until about 3:00 am. Friday: The next morning, we headed out to explore the city of Brussels. Unfortunately, it ...
... later in the semester J
We headed back to the apartment and figured out showers and sleeping positions and then we all passed out and woke up around 9am the next morning, ready to explore the city of Brussels! First stop was breakfast: waffles. covered in fruit, chocolate, whipped cream, basically whatever you wanted. Then we headed to Grand Place to look at it and take some pictures and look around. We decided it’d be easiest to split up at this point and meet ...
... before heading out to Tyne Cot Cemetery for the 3pm service.
In discussion with the West Yorkshire Police Band, who were providing music for the ceremony, we discovered that they had a different arrangement of Oh Valiant Heart, so it was decided that we would sing a capella. We also learnt that we would be marching into the ceremony in formation behind the band, so we had a quick marching lesson before we went on.