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Olivier42 stayed here on Oct 5, 2013 during their trip titled: Olivier42's Great Adventure.
... to Le Havre, France by route of Amsterdam and Brussels. I’m traveling with Tom and Adam (who you don’t know so it doesn’t matter anyway)
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... a pretty view of the church I had just come from. I headed down the street to the Royal Palace, which is closed outside of the summer. The gardens around it were exquisite and the building as a whole was nice to look at. In front of the Palace is a huge park with a straight path from to the senate building. I walked through, admiring the framed views. My next stop was the Cathedral of St. Michael. I found it similar to the Church I had seen earlier. It ...
... still going on, and we pushed into the square to watch the illuminations, rubbing shoulders with those who were drinking champagne from delicate glass flutes from a nearby tent. The lights were a bit hypnotizing, and I felt like I was about 5 again. To one side of me towered the giant Christmas tree brought up from the Ardennes and decorated with blue-white lights, and to the other side lights danced across the Town Hall like the Aurora Borealis.
This then, is ...
... I got lost on my first day, and a perfect stranger who works in my organization gave me a ride around the block to where I was going.
I’ve been told that the bureaucracy in Belgium is horrendous, as are the drivers, yet this doesn’t faze me. Perhaps nothing can compare to the delectable madness of Russia, and so I find myself, gently, ever so slowly, setting it. While my roots here may not be firmly established, one could say that I am Brussels ...