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Travel Blogs from Leuven
... of the beautiful scenery and warm temperatures. Dave was pining for the 1.30 euro glasses of Stella in the market but we enjoyed the park for a good two hours. We found our hotel beside the Stella Artois factory and the air smelled like malt and hops ... Mmmmmm! Note:I did not think Dave would ever leave he stopped at the local school to inquire about a position in the math faculty. We decided to walk into town and find a patio to have dinner and walked ...
... store established in the late 1800s. The museum holds more than 7,000 instruments from all over the world and includes listening points to hear the instruments being played, an exhibit showing how pianos are constructed and local folk instruments.
I attended a Sunday afternoon concert at the Bozar, formerly named Palais des Beaux-Arts. It turned out to be student musicians collaborating ...
... Road album cover), but it was difficult due to tons of traffic. Lots of other tourists were doing the same thing.
After some picture taking, we went to dinner at a place in Covent Garden called "Porters". It was GREAT! I had shepherd's pie (lamb, peas, onions, gravy, topped with mashed potatoes) and a side salad. Tina had some amazing English beef - a filet! She also had a bowl of the Tomato Basil soup (which was fantastic) and I had a pea soup ...
So here's my commute:
- 20 min walk to the train station
- 25 minute train ride (but it feels like an hour if I can't grab a seat)
- 10 minute metro ride
- 2 minute tram
- 30 second walk inside the building
Today was our "service" day, so we had organised to go to Parc Parmentier in the outskirts of Brussels, which is a place for kids to spend the summer. We arrived v. early, having over estimated the distance (Rachels fault), and spent a nice half an hour singing in a park nearby!
When we arrived (still early) we found there was many bungalows to choose from, and were unsure next to which we should be meeting the Parc owner, Olivier Parmentier. He came ...