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... br> We walked around the corner and a local food and produce market filled the street. Tasted some cheeses, local savoury pastries, confectionery (aniseed jelly rats ☺), fresh raspberries, and of course sweet pastries galore!
Back to the main square and heard a brass band approaching, followed by Saint Nicholas and Black Pete, a Dutch and Belgian tradition for the arrival of Santa into ...
... the EU, a whole new level of political structure above the Belgium country's government. Similar to Canadian provincial governments and the federal government. EU Parliament is located in 3 cities: Brussels, Luxemborg, and Strasbourg (Alscace-Lorraine area of France which has been the area through history that has constantly been invaded).
The EU is Like "Star Trek" and the 'Federation' - a group of disparate planets and ...
... previously and there was even traffic jams. That's where everyone in Belgium is! As I was coming into Leuven the sign for the town said "*******", so I wasn't sure what to expect ;) There was also graffiti of lego men on their signs, so someone is a comedian. Leuven is a university town. Although it's not massive there are 40,000 students and the quality of the university and the town is similar to Cambridge. With more bikes.
I found the B&B with ...
... After gazing at the menu, we were sold. We sampled the flight of local brews offered by the brewery, and sat in perfect happiness as the hoppy goodness danced over our taste buds. We didn't know what to expect from Brussels, but so far, so good. Waffles - check. Chocolate - check. Beer - check. Now what?
Before finding our dinner for the evening, we discovered the Manneken Pis, which for those of you unaware is merely a statue of a small ...
Paris day 5/Brussels day 1. We slept in a bit and grabbed our free breakfast before checking out and heading to the train station to be on our way to Brussels. We planned on catching a train around 11 to 12 and there were many to choose from so we didnt have An exAct time line. Well it was time for Aaron and syd to learn another traveling lesson, make train reservations when u arrive at the next town and not when u r leaving! For some reason the reservation office for urail ...