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... look like one big restaurant / bar, but today the bar was shut!
We visited the Grand Béguinage, a former community for unmarried, semi-religious women dating back to the 13th century (and now a UNESCO World Heritage site).
When we got back into the main square (Grote Markt) the cellars of the town hall were open (which occurs one day a month, as we found out later), for a display and tour ...
... 8217;m not keen on going back to coursework and all the related stress, I have seen the light at the end of the tunnel and now know that there really is a reason to get myself together and get out of school as soon as possible. Despite being far from friends and family, I am enjoying my life in Europe immensely. I’ve attended parties at the ambassador’s house and ate myself silly at the regional parliament buildings. Just ...
... br> In a way it is very reminiscent of Pennsylvania in the spring. The weather and the fauna all around. The bike paths we rode on reminded me of the paths we used to walk on in Morgantown.
Kathy's family is very funny and very intelligent. I have enjoyed learning a little more about the attitudes and social tendencies of the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) area from them.
appeared that we weren’t destined to have a flying start to this trip, as once
in Heathrow, our flight was delayed by about an hour for our final leg to
Brussels. The BA seating for us was a
bit strange, as we were seated at the window, one behind the other. If the plane was full, you could understand,
but there was an empty seat next to Betty-Anne, and two empty seats next to
it turned ...
... real monk made trappist beers i
like this place they called it van gogh hostel bc he used to work there i rested my feet on a chair at dinner and a snobby french waiter wagged his finger, shook his head at me and told me "no, no misseir"