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... the Liege Waffle with a warm chocolate sauce and received it in about 10 minutes. It was very good! I paid around 5 euro and it was worth the price.
After breakfast I walked to MIM (Musical Instrument Museum)
The museum has four floors of musical instruments collected from all over the world. ...
... frites in a paper cone. Love, love, love them. The locals here eat them with mayo as the sauce, which sounds disgusting but tastes so good. I feel like this isn't the same mayo we have at home. Regardless, every moment I spend in Belgium I know for a fact that my arteries are clogging and quite frankly, I'm enjoying every minute of it. How are the people here dodging this whole obesity thing? It's a miracle. Karliana and I took a break at the hostel and then ...
Day 15 Despite the fact that I had so much more to see in Paris, I decided to move on. I left early in the morning and took a train to Brussels. I spent the day walking around Belgium, and eating waffles and French fries of course! In the evening I made my way to Amsterdam. I met a really cool couple on the train that invited me to hang out with them for the rest of the evening. We got to ...
Marc, our host, helped us with our luggage down the steep stairs that lead up to the apartment and then off we went to the station. It only took 35 minutes to get to Brussels from Antwerpen which made a nice change.I booked a hotel directly opposite the train station as we need to catch the Eurostar to London quite early on Friday morning. We were pretty much exhausted from lack of sleep that we decided to just stay in. We had burgers and chips for supper ...
For a week, Joan,
Sarah, and I experienced something we never thought we would be doing
as occupational therapists, or as students. We attended an
international creative course for OTs. The course pretty much
consisted of crafts and “self-exploration.” By far, the best part
of the week was meeting so many amazing people from all over Europe
and other parts of the world. I'm not sure how else to describe