Hotel Astoria Brussels by Tiara
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... pesto sauce. The main was more so delicious. We then had seared beef with cooked to perfection aubergines, fried polenta, and parmesan cheese.
After this we went looking for the United nations building as there was some sort of museum/exhibition in the building. However we could not find it. No one could find it so we gave up and moved on.
We decided to go back to the hostel to pack. On the way I popped into H&M and got more socks. SOCKS. ...
... by the British Guards Armoured Division. The Brussels Airport dates to the occupation.
After the war, Brussels was modernized for better and for worse. The construction of ...
... decision health wise but when am I ever going to be back in Belgium? Not only were the waffles fantastic but so was the beer. I had a giant mug of beer for lunch and dinner and I am missing it already. That same day we finally realized that mannekin pis was tiny and that everyone had the same reactions as us. We visited the museum in the Grande Place and saw all of the 700 or so outfits the statue has ...
... We learn the drinking age is 16 in Belgium for lower percentage alcohol beers. It seems to be their favourite social activity so they start them drinking young I guess.
Next we chatted to an Aussie man who was here on an extended holiday. He told us of his recent holiday in Japan. Particularly funny was his experience at a cat cafe. Where you go to eat amongst a large number of cats. The cafe also apologises for any stray hair that ...
... simply magical. Editors were phenomenal, as well. You all should check out both bands. They are unbelievably talented.
But I want to talk about Depeche Mode. I want to tell you that I grew up loving them and learning about life's rules by virtue of listening to the lyrics of their songs and of course listening to the preaching of DM's mastermind, Martin Gore. Forget the ex-boyfriends. What I learned about love and life, I got from ...