Floris Grand Place
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... smell was too tempting for us to walk away.
I proceeded to have the most delicious waffle— and probably one of the greatest desserts— ever. Of all time. If you think you’ve had a Belgian waffle and have never picked one off the streets of Brussels, you’re wrong. This thing was soft on the inside, slightly toasted/chewy on the outside, warm, and covered in a light sheen of sugar that was just a little bit caramelized. ...
... An orchestra was 'busking' there and were so good that some people were dancing. It was like something out of a movie! We then rubbed the statue of Everard't Serclaes, a 14th century hero, for good luck. Also saw the famous statue of Manneken Pis. The rest of the afternoon was spent tasting Belgium beer and chocolate and having a look at the shops. Finally had a dinner at hotel with rest of the group at 7. Have met some really nice people so far. ...
Today was a simple day, get to know Brussels. We figured we should use the biggest red hop on hop off bus. The accommodation is good, not up to Maud's standard, but we have been spoilt. Won't bore you with breakfast, other than I cooked......... We walk into town, our closest stop is Leopold park, s mere 2 km away. The sun is out, little brisk but the skies are blue. The food shops tempt us along the way, so many choices, from fromageries to patisseries to butchers and on and on. ...
Wow. Belgium, you have captured my heart (so far ;). A weekend filled with friends, laughs, shopping, Belgian chocolate, Belgian waffles, and true Belgian beer was a fantastic way to spend my first travel weekend, completely planned by ourselves. I ended up traveling with a group of 7 people, which was a lot, but most of the time we would split up into 3 and 4 in order to go where we wanted most. Although we didn't have a plan whatsoever, it ended up being a great weekend, which ...
... I got a great gift for my Model UN students going to New York in May representing the newest EU member state, Croatia.
We also saw some amazing Art Nouveau architecture by Horta and many of his students. I think Art Nouveau is my favorite type of art. What about you?
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