Hotel Taormina Brussels Aiport
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... us. The weather outside is cloudy, apparently it's supposed to rain tomorrow. As we're in business class, we had an enjoyable meal with some ice cream as refreshment sweet, to basically, wake up again. I must admit, both, my dad and I, haven't slept longer then half an hour. I still feel quite lively. When we arrive, we'll pick our ...
... might overload my quota, so if anyone has a special request please email me and I'll send it to you - if it's one of the ones I took. However, refer to my pics for further expletives - nice ones of course!
Ok, it was Friday so what do most people do on a Friday? Eat, drink and be merry. I bought a bottle of Belgian citrus spirit and had a few aperitifs before Loic (one of my flatmates) took me to a local pub which only served ...
... with cow skin, making its height even more impressive. The cobblestone roads and the crazy-old buildings made life great, to say the least. There was actually a brief period of sun, so we ate dinner on the square as I had convinced David that he needed to try Moules Frites (mussels and fries). We splurged for the first time, and boy was it worth it. David got about 75 mussels and I got rabbit prepared the Flemish way (we both had some Leffe beer, of course).
So, I really like coffee. I've been getting at least one cup in every city, and each has been quite an adventure--Georgia has had the most variable quality, Brussels the most general variety. Kim, on the other hand, is NOT a coffee person. However, she DOES like beer, and so she's been trying beers in different places, like I've been trying coffee (please note: Kim has not been drinking nearly as much beer as I have been coffee, I don't want this to come off the wrong way haha:-). ...
Brussels was really my first stop where I would have any significant amount of time. I was leaving from Paris on Monday evening and staying for three nights. I arrived into the south station and hopped on a tram to my hostel. My first impressions of Brussels were not so good, streets were narrow and not well lit making them dodgy looking. I guess I was pretty tired and beautiful Paris had left pretty big shoes to fill. On arriving in the hostel I ...