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different people. This is a method we have not used in the U.S… Again we were asked
to share how we would use this in practice...
Tuesday: First half= workshop concerning autism. I really enjoyed this workshop actually. The presenter had very like-minded thinking to what we learn in KS (focused on the child’s strengths, what he wanted to do, and an occupation)… cool story about how a boy who has autism is learning ...
I woke up early today, dressed, had breakfast
then returned to my room. I used the internet for a bit and then did
a bit of a repack of my bag. Finally I got ready for the day and then
left the hotel. I walked into the main part of the city – the
palace area. First up I walked up to the mannekin pis area. I saw the
statue and saw his caretaker guy changing his outfit for the day. The
guy finished putting the outfit on and then turned on the water and ...
... and you can go between each part of the atom by escalators. While we didn’t take the time to go in it, you are able to. We did get a few pictures though!
Antwerp was next on the agenda. There is not a bunch to see in Antwerp, but it’s a nice little town, so we spent about 2 hours there checking it out. We parked, and let’s just say that I’m extremely thankful I’m not the one having to ...
... to give you an idea of his works: remember the guy with the hat and an apple instead of his face? Yup, that’s Magritte. Anyway, the whole museum was dedicated to not only his work, but also his biography which was more-or-less-not-really-exciting and his famous quotes which were carved into the wall.
Needless to say, the Ancient art museum was seen from far away… Honestly, how many paintings of Jesus can one collection have?
We took ...
... chocolate truffles that we chose ourselves. With chocolate covering our faces and fingers, we continued our walk in search of the Manneken Pis…yes the famous and obligatory tourist stop showing the statue of the little boy who pees. Legend has it (there are several, this is the one we like) that the little boy helped put out a town fire with his natural resources and the town folks, being forever grateful, erected a statue of the famous event. The ...