Ibis Styles Meeting Center Louvain la Neuve
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Our long day of traveling began with a long morning of getting ready. John made amazing omelettes for breakfast. They had caramelized onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, brie and spices. We also had these little sweet bread slash muffin things called Madeline's(?). Yum. After breakfast we made sandwiches for the train and packed our bags. We also attempted to cut John's hair with the clippers. I would say that it is pretty good for two people who have never done that sort ...
... would be fools not to enjoy it.
Last night, I sat at a sidewalk table at the brasserie around the corner. I had ordered a glass of the house white, but of course they didn't have it - this is Belgium, which at my most cynical, reminds me of the love child of Russia and France. As the sun started to slowly go down, and children played in the massive green space across the street while the regular crew of adults took their nightly ...
... were well preserved and the whole square is actually a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Later in the afternoon I met up with two guys from my program, Sergei and Tom B. They had arrived the previous evening and commented that Brussels was a pretty happening place on a weekend night.
We went to dinner on a another narrow street within the old town that I like to refer to as Mussels Row as every restaurant vibrantly advertised that ...
... in a fancy dress shop) and we darted around Canterbury with what nearly amounted to skill...Then we went to France.
And as things often do in France, it all went horribly wrong from there.
A trip to Brugges destined to take 1.5 hours took more than 3, mainly due to a huge number of closed down roads and a pretty damn impressive truck accident where the driver had seemingly decided that a trip down a hill, on his ...
... that was on every corner was Belgian chocolate shops. So of course, we had to get some of that too. The best part: free samples! We could sample the chocolate fountain for free and a whole bunch of flavors. It was so smooth and good. My taste buds were pretty happy!
On the way out of Brussels, we drove by the Atomium, a huge structure modeled after an iron atom, magnified 165 billion times. It was built for the 1958 ...