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The Guardian (UK) has produced 4 podcasts to allow you to discover Brussels: arts & culture, food & drink, plus Brussels by day/ night. Here what the Brits have to say about the city.
The store not only hosts a beautiful collection of premium brands, but also There’s also a an OPI nail bar with more than 200 nail polish colors on offer. If you think of cocktails & food when you hear the word bar, you will be happy to discover the sleek S-Bar and the swanky Bowery Restaurant. Still an undiscovered gem..
Did you know that this British TV Series "Secret Army" was filmed in the Belgian capital? If you would like to order a calvados in the real Candide; see the church where Monique was married; follow Curtis to a rendezvous; retrace Bradley's footsteps as he tracked the Nazi spy following Natalie; visit Alain's vegetable stall; or shop in the arcade where Claude met his end, then this is the guide for you!
Thomas von der Dunk, cultural historian, writer, columnist and controversial figure in the Netherlands, has an "explanation" why European integration can not work: because Belgium, built the same model has failed. Read a comment in Le Soir
No matter if storm or rain, people crowd to this outdoor restaurant, ordering their fish soup, mussels or grilled squid over the counter.
Brussels is odd #sprouts #whatisthis #thereisnowaythatbirdhassufficientbeakstrength twitter.com/djdthom/status…— D∆VID THOM∆S (@djdthom) October 21, 2012
Brussels is odd #sprouts #whatisthis #thereisnowaythatbirdhassufficientbeakstrength twitter.com/djdthom/status…
Just loved this pic bz @djdthom. This statue by Jérôme Désert and Sébastien Boucheri apparently represents "An optimistic solution to the so-called ‘Brussels problem’, because the problem here seems to be so inconsequential." If you want to find out more about the exhibition & the artists "BXXL - 35 monumental statues in Brussels" look at the press kit (pdf): http://visitbrussels.be/bitc/static/front/img/db/img_7882.pdf
Sofie Peeter's, Brussels film academy student, has published her final student project online. The documentary, called 'Femme de la Rue', tells (and shows) of daily sexual harassment encountered by women on Brussels streets.