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I had a 48 hours pass where you could visit anywhere in Brussels for free. I visited a zillion of museums that day, and you could say that my legs were incredibly sore at end of the day. It amazes me sometimes that Europeans dress so nicely, compared to Americans. They don't go out in public, wearing sneakers, baggy blue jeans, Steelers shirt or a cap hat, for example. They wears a lot of scarf, dark ...
... euro, perfect for Tomorrowland. We then went to AutoWorld by train. It was amazing, an extremely large variety of old original first cars, the horse and caritages from the 1880s, and emergency service cars. It's Masarati's 100 year anniversary so a big display of their cars. Super cool. We saw the first Japanese car that took off on Europe being a Honda. We headed back to city near hotel and had lunch at a nice cafe. ...
... Africa! How awesome is it to empower children all over the world through education?! What you see of me today is partly due to JA's impact in my life, so I'm a JA Kid for life!
Before we met up Davide though, we visited the Atomium. This structure is a ginormous (335 feet tall) iron molecule that lies about 40 minutes outside of the center of Brussels. It was originally build for the World Expo in 1958. It supposedly symbolizes the "democratic will ...
- Jet Airways, flight 230, leave 3:00am, arrive 7:50am
... of more walking around. We visited the Manneken Pis (a small statue of a boy peeing) and the Atomium (a giant statue of an atom). Then finished off back in the Grand Place at the Folk festival to get a Belgium sausage on a baguette for lunch, yum!
With all of us falling asleep on the train ride back, I think that was proof enough of a very busy and exciting weekend trip away.
One more place I can cross of my list!
Brussels, Belgium - ...