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... buildings. However, we did find the covered shopping arcade which is owned by the Belgian who owns Bundy Sugar. We stopped in to buy a knife and the shop owner suggested we go back to Central and get the Metro to Avenue Louise where we could get a tram. The Metro here is not a peasant experience. Very dirty, badly signposted and under construction everywhere. However we managed to buy our tickets and find the platform - made one boo boo about directions, but ended ...
... Investment and Trade office in Edinburgh, Scotland for about 15 weeks.
Reason for me to start this blog, so that I can keep each of you up-to-date with regard to my comings and goings. This time around, I intend to actually keep it up-to-date. Something in which I haven't succeeded last time when in Vancouver. Sorry for that.
... of times I was almost collected trying to cross the bike paths. We strolled through the red light district which was interesting. It was about 10:30 in the morning and the 'ladies' were already out, standing in their windows waiting for customers. A few larger than life women spotted us and opened their windows beckoning us to come in. We politely declined and quickly left the red light district. Next stop was Anne ...
... quick tour of the Cantillon Brewery, which is a traditional brewery in Brussels that uses the Lambic brewing process. Beers here are also combined with fruit to make cherry and rasberry beer. Since the brewing process is very traditional, it only uses spontaneous fermentation instead of adding yeast, which takes 3 years to make its blend of Gueuze. The beer is very sour and tastes nothing like the regular beer on the market. It ...
... almost felt as though I was getting in the workers way. Most tours I've been on have been staged, but not this one. They don't even walk you through it! They give you a breif history speech at the beginning (which I remember absolutely nothing from because the women giving it spoke so fast haha) then hand you a self guided tour pamphlet and send you on your way. This didn't bother me at all, in fact I actually prepared it. Most tours that I go on, I either can't see because I'm ...