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Travel Blogs from Leuven
... I was living 500 years ago I'd I have probably lived in one!! Anyway, they are all still very quiet and picturesque places to be.
I had to leave my car in a local car park which involved driving the owner around the block so he could show me where it was. I think he was a bit disconcerted about being in a car without a steering wheel in front of him! Although, he did say he was thinking of getting a skoda Octavia so he was having a good look at it ...
... transport being a key feature in the full tourist experience that too many avoid at all (and great) cost. None the less, my Mum is a fancy lady (with blisters - the barefoot shoe revolution is a work in progress), so once we were reunited with our luggage, we hopped in a taxi to our very modern and stylish B&B - we've gone from being 2 in a million to being the only guests!
We were so hungry again that we headed for Sudden Death, which ...
So this was my first week interning at the European Association of Communications Agencies... but that's a mouthful to say so they call it EACA (pronounced ee-ock-uh, not E.A.C.A. Weird right?). The organization is based in Brussels and oversees communications agencies throughout the European Union. EACA acts as a link between advertisers, advertising media, and agencies (yes I pulled that straight from the website haha http://www.eaca.be)and hosts a variety of events and ...
Next day we woke up and it was so cold i nearly died minus 5 and the sun was up. I threw the thermals on and we headed out into the city. We decided to hit a few more chocolate shops and had a great lunch at a nice little restaurant, then a waffle the size of my head. It was so good, damn these guys do a good waffle.
I sampled another 6 or so Belgium beers that night. Frank was till a little dusty from Munich so he ...
... enormous) and spent a good hour racing around in the deserted wilderness that is the Meerdaalbos. Upon winding my way back to a road near to where I’d entered the forest (all good luck really) I followed my instincts back towards 'home’. At this point I realised I hadn’t asked which side of the road one should be on when on a bike, seeing that they’re almost more common than cars here and therefore perhaps have car status in Leuven, and on seeing a car ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility