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... to what I have heard is a system with 14,000 living documents and seen the company expand (through both building and acquisitions) from 5 or 6 US plants to 40 worldwide. That was over 20 years, we are asking them to change just about everything in the matter of a few weeks! Add a language barrier and you can almost feel the tension when we walk in in the mornings. That being said, we are starting to make some changes. I think ...
... hostel was really nice and me and my two roommates shared the room with three other Miami peopl which was really nice. The place was clean and the bathrooms were huge! The first night we just went to a far where they had 100 beers on tap. Saturday we got up, I ate a waffle, and then we walked around. We saw a central market place, St. Michales Cathedral, this big park, the Town Hall, ...
Today was my first day in Brussels. It started out with the most amazing hot chocolate and Belgian waffle ever! It was so yummy! We saw grand place and went to a museum. Brussels is known for this statue of a peeing boy, so peeing boys are everywhere! It's crazy! The statue has 700 different outfits and we saw them in the museum. We went to delirium which is the bar in belgium that has the most amount of different beers. Belgian beer is ...
... time I visit JP's apartment I forget to take photos which is a shame because they have the most chic/posh apartment I have ever seen.
After having an aperitif (small drink) at JP and lydia'a house we went out to eat. We chose a Brasserie recognized by the michelin guide that served good wholesome Belgian food. Brasseries are also recognized for their abundance of beers...mostly domestic seeing as Belgium has more breweries per capita ...
... packs don’t somehow escape without us, and we strode out into the city of Brussels.
I realise I’ve now written a veritable tome about Brussels without saying much about the city itself. This is probably because we found it to be quite (as Andrew says) ‘borWING’. Save for the central square, Brussels doesn’t seem to have a huge amount to do in terms of things to see and places to go. It seems to be a lot about business and ...
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