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... truth. We partied through the night and they were so fun and nice and friendly. After drinking many beer with the coolest of the girls there, one was the head girl of all the sororities and the other was the head of the Beasts sorority and obviously the Beast herself, we turned it up a notch and tried to keep up with them.
They invited us to a house party so we tagged along. When we got there it was about ten or fifteen of the girls from their ...
... Our eurostar journey went very smoothly and we changed to the brussels metro to go one stop. It was dark now and we had no idea of where the hotel was only that it was supposed to be only 100m from the station. Inevitably we tried all four exits at the crossroads without success and were left standing baffled at the crossroad, inspiration struck as i thought that the written address was on a square and that a small pedestrianised area down the ...
... day, and after the free breakfast survived on nothing but a bag of them from a local produce shop.
Brugge was beautiful just as the pictures and rave tourist reviews suggest, and there we found an excellent restaurant with mussels (Belgian specialty as well) in a garlic cream sauce. Tony and I have a running joke (in a thick New York accent) about finding clam chowdah…soon after I realized that this was probably as close as we'd get.
We hit up Ghent on ...
... like carbonated juice, and not in a good way. The cork was made out of plastic which should have been an indicator of the quality…. I watched some ncis in ENGLISH on tv. I was so excited about that. Our hotel was pretty ****** in this place. It was a small 4 person room that was so weird looking.
Friday we went on a scavenger hunt. We had to find landmarks and chocolate shops around Brussels and take pictures in front of them. We tried a lot of ...
... didn't open for another two hours or so, and I was feeling really sleepy that day, so we found a park and had a nap in the sun- or I did, anyway, while Glennica used her Game Boy. Just before that, we stopped by a street market just as it was closing and I got some dirt-cheap food from a chicken stall- one Euro for a bunch of potatoes and two pieces of chicken! The guy there was nice and gave me a bunch of what they had left, rather than wasting it.
I felt ...