Ibis Leuven Centrum
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... br> We walked around the corner and a local food and produce market filled the street. Tasted some cheeses, local savoury pastries, confectionery (aniseed jelly rats ☺), fresh raspberries, and of course sweet pastries galore!
Back to the main square and heard a brass band approaching, followed by Saint Nicholas and Black Pete, a Dutch and Belgian tradition for the arrival of Santa into ...
... a few models (on a 1:25 scale) that were pretty impressive. Of course they had the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Brandenburger Tor and the Arc de Triumph, but they also had quite a few buildings from smaller countries that looked cool. I would definitely recommend coming here although the café looked a big overpriced.
We caught two trains back into the city centre and got out at the Bourse to eat pommes for lunch. We walked through the Grand Place again which had taken ...
... I have to say driving in Belgium has been some of the worst driving of my life, especially in Brussels, but even in a small city like Lueven driving was quite trying to say the least! We decided to buy a SIM card for the remaining few days in Belgium just for driving back to Brussels tomorrow and it was worth it!!!! We so needed the GPS!! After the stress of driving from downtown Lueven we decided to find a park to relax in and let the kids run around for ...
... copied Amsterdam and made their own Red Light District, far scummier but much more central. It's located right next to one of the city's train stations. Exit on the right after your train ride and you find sky scrapers and office buildings. Exit left and you walk through a region of a different sort.
Europe's unofficial capital is more then just food though. Night is glorious in a town ...
... and blinks at you. By day apparently its some sort of science museum and it was built by an American. It's in a really random part of town. The subways and trains there are pretty nice with wood and leather interiors. Overall there isn't much to say about Brussels except that it was probably a good thing that I was only there for a day but my stomach was very happy about it ...