La Tour D'Argent
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... a great time in Mini-Europe. Essentially it is miniatures of important landmarks throughout Europe, and I was a little surprised when Sage picked it as something he wanted to do. (Although I suspect the video on the website played a significant part in the decision.) So, when we arrived I was a little nervous that we'd blow through it, and I'd end up feeling like I'd wasted the money to get us in. In ...
... At the time he was 31 years old leaving behind my mother who was two years old and her sister Lynn who was a just a baby (10 months old).
Our hotel in Gembloux is great- Best Western- and the view from the balcony is much better than it was in the hotel in Brussels.
Upon arriving in Gembloux we headed to the town centre in search of lunch. To our surprise most of the cafes were ...
... we headed to a traditional Belgian beer hall called La Mort Subite. There we added another friend to the mix, my co-intern Luke. Here we were 4 young professionals just have a good time over drinks in Brussels. From there we migrated to the fancy smancy bar at the Sofitel Le Louise (where David was staying) where they have high class cocktails and high class prices. Hence, we didn't stay long. Afterwards, we walked back towards the center to have a little ...
... hot and humid greenhouses it was time for an ice cream on the parking. More money than the entrance itself, but worth it!
We continued our trip towards the Atomium. A human masterpiece of art. Some cool pictures and back in the car. It was getting a bit too late to go to Brussels Center so we made our way back to Antwerp.
We were both a bit too lazy to cook so we got some noodles out, fell in the sofa and played buzz all night :) AWESOME!!!
... as well. I really felt like **** and riding away was like trying to make a rope snap. It just wouldn't snap and still hasn't.
But after a while I was doing better and when we finally left Turnhout behind us, I was feeling much better. I felt excited, relieved and most of all: free. Freedom can do strange things with a person, but strange things can also happen. I can't remember when exactly, but at a certain moment I dropped my phone on ...
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17 Chaussee de Namur, Gembloux | 4 star hotelfrom $140