Travel Blogs from Anderlecht
... of Paris was very different to that of three months previously. The locals seemed warmer and more helpful. We even had two people ask us if we needed help on the same day! We think that it must be because tourist season is now over. Paris gets so many visitors that the locals must get very intolerant of them. I mean after all we come into their country without knowing any French and expect them to communicate with us in English. As the old lady helping us with ...
... but we made it with plenty of time to spare. The bus ride was quite comfortable, however, I made the mistake of trying to catch up on my journal during the journey. This made me feel really sick and looking out the window wasn't helping. When we were almost in Paris I couldn't take it anymore and began to heave. I was panicking as I had nothing to vomit into. Nathan had to ask the driver for a bag. Luckily I hadn't eaten anything for hours and all I ...
... with cow skin, making its height even more impressive. The cobblestone roads and the crazy-old buildings made life great, to say the least. There was actually a brief period of sun, so we ate dinner on the square as I had convinced David that he needed to try Moules Frites (mussels and fries). We splurged for the first time, and boy was it worth it. David got about 75 mussels and I got rabbit prepared the Flemish way (we both had some Leffe beer, of course).
... just ask anyone who has seen my bedroom at home! We tried to find Karl Marx's house as well, but we got lost :( Then it was dinnertime and we had delicious Congolese food! Brussels is a huge immigrant city, and is very diverse, we had tons of different cuisines to choose from for dinner. After dinner we all decided to go out to Madame Moustache - a trendy bar where they were having a R&B soul night! It ...
... cobblestone streets, gorgeous buildings older than my native country, and an extremely vibrant culture of university students. In fact, Leuven is home to the oldest Catholic university in the world - a true college town.
On Sunday Bjorn drove us to Antwerp for the day, where we just walked and explored the city, stopping off for the occasional beer in a local pub. Antwerp was a very beautiful city, impressing with both the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service