Holiday Inn Brussels Schuman
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... onto the roads as well!
While Stu was stressed off his nut and Donna and Pete were trying to figure out the directions through the one-way alleys, I sat back and got my first impressions of the city. And they are as follows: incredible architecture mashups, sprawling cafés (which it turns out are called cafés but don't actually sell much café (coffee), it's all just beer!), heaps of street art (something I was surprised not to see much of in Amsterdam) ...
... train in the corner.
I felt like I told Santeri more in those few hours than I have anyone in my whole life. And honestly. None of this 'I'm a strong girl who no one can hurt'...I cried, I laughed.
And it might be jumping the gun to say this, but I feel like I've found my 'Friendship Soul Mate' *equal to a usual soulmate but in friendship terms. I really have.
By the time we eventually got to sleep it was 3:35am, which is the latest I've stayed up since I ...
... due to the use of pesticides.
Hot chocolate in Galeries Saint-Hubert before a final pass through Grand Place. A simulated wedding at the Town Hall, with the characters waving from the balcony before parading off through the city. Wove our way through a narrow laneway that was a solid mass of (french) restaurants.
While waiting at the railway station, heard burning rubber, reving engines and ...
Day 3 Chocolate and ******* Boys Today is a very exciting day...not only are we off to walk the corridors of Belgium's First Couple's home ... the royal palace, but we are off to learn the art of making chocolates ... Belgian Chocolates. We start our day with a walk through the streets of Brussels admiring the many gold guilded Guild Houses. The kids were quickly sidetracked by the many souvenir shops, but there was only "inappropriate gifts mum, ...
... This original style or friterie shop seems to be a dying trend, so it was more for the experience than the reviews of the fries. I needed a fix of Belgian fries, and to be honest, they weren't all I had dreamed of. I've had better fries at home! But they were Belgian, and they had 5 pounds of ketchup (or mustard for Troy) on them, so we had no problem eating our fair share. We can now consider ourselves frite ...