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... but seems there should be something nicer there.
Then on through the market area, past the statue of Don Quixote and to the bus. We toured, through the morning past numerous parks and past palaces and government buildings. We saw where the European Union is based - a large, and pretty ugly building and saw the palace where the king has his office - a beautiful old building.
Near the ...
... is only 28,000, it has a very grand town hall and church in the town square. This is where we had morning tea, something quite yummy from a nearby bakery, well we are on holidays. When we were about 16km from Antwerp at a town called Boom, we must have missed a number as they suddenly dried up. So we just used Google Maps on Wendy's phone to find a bike path, two actually, both off-road down each side of the N177. So we ...
... earlier. This was the second travel horror story in a 24-hour period, but it, like the first, was resolved in the best possible way through the kindness and concern of the people around us.
Still a little shaken by the near-miss in the metro station, we emerged from the train into Place de la Bourse to find a large, loud parade in progress. We watched for a moment (although we were ultimately unable to discern exactly what the parade ...
... people at our favourite restaurant. Over the course of the internship, these people have become my family in Bruxelles, and we all feel the same. We’re a mis-matched family of Americans, Canadians, a Brit and one solitary Greek guy, but somehow, we all “get” each other. We started making toasts, and one stands out as being the most meaningful – my Greek friend cleared his throat, and announced that he had once hoped that, as ...
... t get very far if you only know Dutch. She said you only benefit yourself for learning more languages. She said that if you know French, Spanish, English, and Italian, you can get by anywhere in Europe.
The friend I made, Kunal, he knows Spanish, French, English, and is studying Italian at University.
I learned a lot and really appreciated hearing their perspectives on language and culture.
I left in the morning to Amsterdam...