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Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Bruxelles

A little chiding about no feedback and voila, eh? I should do that more often.

So... keyboards are just as effed up here as in France. There is no excuse for having to hit shift every time you want to make a period.

After one day in Brussels, I have successfully completed many a side quest. I have tasted three different Belgian beers. I have sampled the amazing frites (with samurai sauce.) We visited a comic book shoppe where I obtained a wee present for Walaka.
Though he had better practice up on his French if he wants to read it.

Several dozen photos have been taken. I tried a Belgian waffle, which was better than I had imagined. I will update as other cool things happen (like learning how to type an apostrophe or an exclaimation mark on this piece of ridiculousness known as a keyboard.)

The flight, btw, was just fine. Staying up all night before was a good way to make sure I could sleep on the plane. No booze either. Instead we downed a bunch of "No Jet Lag" herbal supplements and some "Airborn" vitamin boosters. So far the strategy seems to have paid off. More coming.

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At 5/02/2007 11:19:00 PM, Blogger Yojimbo_5 said...

Sounds like you're having a good time...and I'll adapt that strategy for my next Europe flight--I have a hard time sleeping on planes.

Belgian Waffles. MMMM. Ya know, they were a big taste-treat during the'62 World's Fair in Seattle. My family just loved 'em to their creamed pieces.

 

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