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Brussels was all about grand architecture.....and waffles. You can get these amazing freshly made waffles everywhere. And chocolates....wow. I had told Ashley that Brussels had waffles and beer so in the space of 2 hours we had eaten a plate of waffles, been to the beer museum and the chocolate museuem (with tastings) and bought, and eaten Belgium chocolates. A highly successful trip.
We collected out luggage and headed to the train for Lille.
... built for the 1958 Expo, and looking like the oddest metallic
city icon you could ever come across. At the far end of the park where
it is situated is where East Asia is represented, in the shape of a
Chinese pavillion, and neighbouring Japanese tower, both adding elements
of exoticism to the urbanscape of Brussels. The city centre is,
however, where the city's largest cluster of attractions is to be found, and as a rough indication, the city's largest shopping ...
... faux pas. Instead, it's why the whole world thinks the country is
so uncool.Belgians helped found the European Union and invented French fries --
but that apparently isn't enough to keep them from seeming like
squares.A new study conducted by the social networking website Badoo.com determined that Belgian is considered to be the ...
... tube opened this tube and we go in russhed.yeahh its feels more warm, but still have to moved fast to get to this station.
and we go straight to the mechines to buy aa ticket to st. pancreas its in king cross station so only 2 stop from baker tube station, its cost 4 pound one way to get there and we cant do much, have to buy this one way tube ticket at last.
so here we come brussel.....
... hours. Once we deciphered the locker instructions, paid and received our pass/ticket, we set off to explore the city. We spent a relaxing hour or two strolling the lanes and taking in the sights and a spot of lunch, McDonalds of course, so we could have some fries with mayonnaise, before deciding to catch a movie, so we could sit down for a while. Luckily all movies shown in the Netherlands are screened in their original language, with ...