Theater Hotel Leuven
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Travel Blogs from Leuven
... a little laid down in the back of the car and read my book for a while. It was nice and warm and I could have easily gone to sleep but as I needed to have the windows open I didn't want anyone to rob me when I was sleeping (even though they don't bother to lock their bikes here) so I stayed awake.
I then headed towards Leuven which involved driving most of the way into Brussels it seemed. Brussels is rather a sprawling place in comparison to everywhere I ...
... I was bound to get lost a few times...
Lost, Round One
This was the worst of them. So, me and some of the other interns who have to walk to the train station in the morning were thinking of renting bikes for the month seeing that it's the main mode of transportation around here and it would save us a good 10-15 minutes of sleep (obviously really important). So I wanted to go to the bike rental place near the train station after work but I couldn't find it. I just walked ...
... alleys getting lost, but it didn't bother us at all. Ceyda and I were just enjoying exploring the city with someone. In the food department, we decided to have a traditional meal of mussels, as they are supposed to be delicious here. I think the Belgians have a trick going on. I think that they just throw the name of their country in front of everything to make it sound exotic, and an excuse to raise th ...
And so my UK jaunt had come to an end and it was time to travel to mainland Europe. The international airport, body scan and duty free were fascinating and I had the luck of getting an older plane with large seats, in an exit row, next to the window. The space and novelty were partially wasted because I fell asleep, but I had also happily bought some books which meant I slept with a smile on my face. I landed in Belgium, struggled a little to find the right train and platform, and ...
... way of Saisons and wonder why). In the European fashion, the food takes a while to get there but we are rewarded with some delicious roasted wings in a sweet teriyaki sauce baste. The Antipasti plate came with bread, sliced meats, cheese, sautéed warm green beans, and cold marinated zucchini. It was excellent and a perfect light bite to relax and watch the people.
We wander around some more and find our dinner stop at Le Fourquet ...
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