Alliance Hotel Liege - Palais des congres
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... carts once rolled to transport stone before their floor was dug down even further. The thing is, these caves are roughly 30 meters (98 feet) underground. That’s really, really far down. Cell phone signals don’t transmit that far. If you get lost, well then, good luck. That’s why the tours exist. The honeycomb of caves actually stretches into Belgium, where regulations are less strict (this will of course come as a complete and ...
... levels of input from the "tutors" or the people that essentially run the class. Each concept starts out with a task that is "pre-discussed" where we find out learning objectives we are supposed to look for in the assigned literature. The next tutorial, we all just discuss the literature based on the learning objectives. There is no professor sitting in front of us telling us what we need to know, generally we need to figure it out on our own.
... Prince Carnaval symbolically runs the city during Carnaval. The mayor hands over the key to the city and then the celebration begins and lasts until they transfer it back. Well the Prince Carnaval, it turns out, was the baker with the giant head, and they take him up to a stage in the middle of the Markt, parade him around for a bit, sing some, and then unveil who it is. Then they sing, dance, and generally party because Carnaval is just around the corner.
... can get your waffles with or without slagroom. The waitress didn't speak English hardly at all, but we finally figured out slagroom is whipped cream. The waffles were absolutely delicious, probably the best one I've ever had.
On the way back from the boat tour, we ran into a marching band in the Markt. It looked really important and official, so we stopped and watched it and waited for something to happen for quite a while. ...
... every time I want to get some). We made a stop at the liquor store right next door and had a great conversation with the store owner there about the United States and how much he wanted to visit New York City. Unfortunately, he said he couldn't because he has children and it would be too hard to visit with them. Afterwards, I went back to take a nap again (I've taken a nap every single day this week, it's ok, that's how I deal with the jet lag). For dinner, we went and got ...
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