Waking up early in the morning was really hard, but at the same time exciting to know that I was going to travel internationally by train.
The first impression of the city was getting out of the station with a little bit of rain and cold weather. We were transported by bus to the hotel while looking at this beautiful city from the window. With a lot of Art Decó, the city feels a little bit more medieval, given that the maintenance is less, yet gives a different feel of the city.
Cathedral at Brusels
The most amazing feeling in this city is that you feel like you always want to keep discovering the city, walking, obviously, and you never get tired of the scenery. People over here are very friendly; most of them speak at least three languages: English, French, and italian, and you always understand even if you speak Spanish.
Discovering the city.
We will keep walking today and getting to know more of this amazing place, even if it feels like a very small town.
I almost get a food comma from this waffle, yet it was amazing; strawberries, bananas, whip cream and white chocolate. Waffles are ones of the most popular in the world.
The vibes and the feels of the city are very relaxing. We sat down on the road to listen to this musician, Alex Phillips, and were awed at the feeling and sound of this guy. After this we went to the hotel and drank artisan beers until the morning.
It was an amazing day. Right now we’re getting ready to hear out and look at some of Victor Orta’s work. We’re hoping it it as amazing as yesterday.