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... Brussels today which was pretty great. My guide took me to the part of the original city wall that is still remaining, the famous peeing boy statue and the Palais Du justice. To avoid the monsoon that was occuring outside we did an impromptu tour of the palais Du justice, where the courts are. It was an incredible building, very large with big pillars of marble etc. I have no pictures of the inside sadly as all of the security guards around gave me the ...
... was held at the Bozar, a huge art deco arts centre in the downtown core. This set featured three different groups, one of whom was a more classic slinky lounge-take-your-clothes-off-NOW jazz duo that I wasn’t all that interested in (not entirely my style unless I’ve got a cocktail in my hand and I’m in a lounge, but good God, they were amazing musicians). The first of the three groups that night had the greatest impact on me, and sitting in ...
... You know how i said before that the men here are crazy...well we had three different people come up to us. The first two were nice. The third guy though was so trashed. He walked over to us and started offering to buy us fries or buy us drinks at his restaurant. lol. He also asked where i was from and i said Arizona. Apparently that was hard for him to understand because he kept saying "no no, California, America" and i was like yeah Arizona. Still didn't get it and since he ...
... Parliament's work is now geared to its Brussels site, but it is legally bound to keep Strasbourg as its official home.
Finally, I visited the Belgian Comic Strip Center, which chronicles the history of Belgian comics. Exhibiting examples ...
... workers in "huge" winter coats, chainsaws and a lot of vodka I'm thinking..The sculptures bring a magical world of snow, ice and light Over 300 tonnes of ice and 400 tonnes of snow are cut, shaped, carved and polished into amazingly detailed figures inspired by Harry Potter.The sheer size of them is amazing, the details and imagination amazing.. for the kid in us all..one could sit at the "ice table" lay on the "pelt covered" bed or slide down the "castle ...