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... exclaimed "We have to learn English, because English speaking people do not bother to learn other languages" - this is indeed true. It might have also helped us that we knew our way around Paris already this time and we are now A LOT more travel savvy than before. We were looking forward to the evening because tonight at 9pm we see the one... the only... MOULIN ROUGE!!! The moulin rouge lived up to (and surpassed) every expectation I had. It was glamorous, ...
... a little bit of bile into my mouth. My eyes were watering and my hands were shaking and felt like I had pins and needles. Nathan thought that is was hilarious. We arrived late at night but we made it to Paris ok and found our accommodation easily which was Saint Christopher's Inn (the same place that we stayed at last time were in Paris). The last thing we did before we went to bed was book tickets online to see the Moulin Rouge tomorrow night! Super ...
We stayed at an apartment outside Brussels. It was a large apartment next to a farmer.
We went to see the Atomium first. This was built for the 1958 World Expo and looks like a molecule (do not understand what a molecule does but looks pretty cool).
After we went to see the Dinosaur Expo and all of the dinosaurs moved. Amazing how their eyes move, their breathing ...
... to be taken besides outside of the gated area. Both speakers were phenomenal. They knew exactly what they were talking about in great detail and I enjoyed it very much. They had a very diplomatic way of speaking. The best part at NATO was the fact they have internships, which I will be apply to. Lunch was so delicious! It wasn't beef stew!! The shrimp crocketts were very delicious and the salmon was very sweet. Gladly I would eat that lunch over ...
... it is known as the ‘European capital’ and has the European parliament in it. The ‘first’ language (hard to rank them since they are equally spoken depending on which area you are in) is French, the next being Dutch, then English and also some German. But almost everyone weather they mainly speak French, Dutch or German, will also have almost perfect English as ...