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... too far from the station we found a nice Kebob restaurant (one of the many you find on every street corner in Brussels) and got a quick dinner. Feeling tired and full, we made our way to the bus stop to find a bus to get us to our hotel. We decided to buy an 11€ metro pass for 48 hours. Which turned out to be a great investment.
We stayed in a small hotel just outside of downtown, the Evergreen Hotel. For 20€ per person, per night. ...
... European companies, even those whose business is extremely impressive. The employees we spoke with at NATO were extremely knowledgeable and charismatic. They put a lot of emphasis on the political part of their mission, which would probably explain why our presenters spoke so well. I also found this emphasis interesting because when I had first researched NATO for our pre-departure project I ...
... 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.
... orientation but it turns out the Google map we printed lacked street names for unknown reasons; our map turned out to be mostly useless.
We headed to 'Grand Place' by looking at bus stop maps and tourist attraction signs. We finally found our way to a busy area on the way and found a Best Western and got a free map from them. We also found a tourist information store that gave us a better map and directions. It turns out we were extremely close to our lunch spot!
... we were finished. The amount of fries seemed to grow as we ate. I really enjoyed the fries; Greg was not impressed. The fries in Belgium are special because (1) the Belgians made fries first and (2) the fries are cooked twice, first parboiled and then fried, giving them a crispy outside and a soft middle.
From Greg: Cari was super excited to find French fries. You see, the Belgians invented French fries. We made our way through the pouring rain ...