- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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.
... a lot. The city was pretty small and the only public transportation was a bus so we figured we would be fine on foot. The first day we arrived we wandered around. It was off and on raining but not as bad as London. We saw a lot of the beautiful buildings there and wandered through the many canals and plazas that they had. We noticed that there was a ton of people everywhere making it hard to walk and then we remembered it was Saturday so ...
... Place, stopping in random shops along the way. I decided I better get lunch, even though my eating habits were off from the bad night’s sleep, and we stopped in an Italian place where I got a pizza. After I ate we went out and people watched in Grand Place and enjoyed the atmosphere. Then we took the metro back to our hotel and grabbed our bags and walked up to Brussels North station. I saw Sarah off on her train and jumped one myself that was headed to the airport. ...
... replied bonjour and merci. I definitely ate my way through this indulgent city, but what else is new. I had the best beer, a Chimay Blue which was smooth and strong, the best waffles, crunchy on the outside and warm and soft on the inside, and the best chocolate I have ever tasted, a truffle that was sinfully decadent. It truly was a day of satisfaction. I even ate escargot, which was a little chewy and salty but tasted a lot like a mussel.