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Salimos de Bruselas con un poco de mal clima. Apenas se elevó el avión hubo turbulencia durante la mitad del viaje, mientras ascendíamos por las nubes... y al subir llegamos a una tormenta eléctrica ¬¬ Los rayos se veían de una manera increíble, de nube a nube, de nube a tierra, y obvio no era divertido... aunque sí muy bonito. Durante el viaje no …
... what that says. Anyway, at dinner we lucked out and sat with 3 couples who had met on a Tauck trip many years ago. They were all close to our age and all of the men were physicians and two of the women played stringed instruments in orchestras. One couple is from Florida and the other two have second homes there so they get together when they’re in Florida and occasionally take trips together. They were all really nice and we found we had a lot in ...
... the flea market.
The peace is short-lived. We stroll leisurely toward the center and by the time we reach the Grand Market square, the town feels criowded. Bob is surprised (and a little chagrined) to find block after block filled with shops selling, among other tourist items, chocolate, lace, souvenirs and pizza. There is a Crowne Plaza Hotel on the site of a church that was destroyed in the early 19th C. Still we are glad that we came. ...
... just sit, drink coffee, people watch, or take in the surroundings. Most times when I'm on vacation I try to see everything possible and take as many pictures as possible. I did take a lot of photos while in Brussels, but I honestly enjoyed just sitting and doing nothing more than anything else. By doing this, I was able to notice the pace of the city, and the buildings and people around me. It made me appreciate Brussels so much more!
... it turns out is much like my favourite Parisian cafe - Angelina. A thick, molten chocolate like texture and so tasty! With a slice of amazing peach tart! Next stop - Galeries St Hubert, opened in 1847 by the King, is the oldest shopping arcade in the world. And very ornate - a long street of covered shops, with a large arched roof. The shops were cute - again mostly chocolate shops - but fun to look around! Around the corner - the Cathedral of St ...
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