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Best waffle shops in Brussels

Embracing the local food and eating traditions while you’re traveling is, without a doubt, one of the best ways to understand another culture. In Belgium, that means eating waffles the Belgian way — or, one might say, the right way. It’s not all about shoving a deliciously warm waffle in your face. While there may not be an exact set of rules, it’s clear when visiting Brussels that there’s a specific way to experience the “real deal.” Before explaining what that means, though, it’s important ...
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How to Spend a Beer-Themed Weekend in Brussels

Belgium is a well-known touristic attraction in its entirety. Is it for its architecture? You bet. Is it for its night-life? Sure. However, there is one thing that attracts tourists more than anything else: the famous Belgian beer. Needless to say, if you’re a beer fiend, you should take a trip to Brussels. Here’s how you can spend the most amazing pub-crawl of your life in this amazing city.   Go To The Cantillon Brewery   Cantillon is one of the most reputable breweries in Brussels....
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The Keys to a Worry-free Holiday

Traveling is usually a planned ordeal, but for some it can also be a spontaneous decision. It can be a business trip or a holiday like any other. As always, there is a need to actually plan things out. Planning doesn’t necessarily require you to write things on a whiteboard and connect everything with a little red and green rope like in crime movies. Ultimately, it comes down to these questions. Where do you want to go? where do you want to stay? How are you going to get to your hotel? Now ther...
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Lozano and Lukaku exchange braces as Mexico draw Belgium in Brussels

Hirving Lozano scored twice and had his hand in a third as Mexico drew 3-3 in Belgium. BRUSSELS -- Three quick thoughts from Mexico's 3-3 friendly draw against Belgium on Friday night. 1. Lozano shines in goalfest If the World Cup next summer produces many games with as much attacking emphasis as this, we are in for a treat. Belgium and Mexico only really had a forward gear, defending pretty much one on one at the back and entertaining the crowd at King Baudouin Stadium in their 3-3 d...
Tags: Mexico, Football, Sport, Belgium, Brussels, International Friendly, Blog Post, Blog - The Match, Lukaku, King Baudouin Stadium, Hirving Lozano, Lozano, Belgium Brussels


Man Yelling 'Allahu Akbar!' Attacks Two Belgian Police Officers With A Machete

A machete-wielding man yelling “Allahu Akbar!” (God is greatest) injured two female police officers before being shot outside the main police station in the southern Belgian city of Charleroi on Saturday, police in the city said. The attacker, who was shot by a third officer, subsequently died of his wounds, but the police officers were out of danger, they added. Prime Minister Charles Michel took to Twitter to condemn the attack, while Interior Minister Jan Jambon called it cowardly. Islamis...
Tags: News, European Union, Nato, Paris, Belgium, Brussels, Huffington Post, Charleroi, Kevin Liffey, Hugh Lawson, Jan Jambon, Charles Michel, Foo Yun Chee, Belgium Brussels, Paul Vale


7 Things to do in Brussels for Beer Lovers

If there is one thing Belgium is known for, it is producing some of the world’s best beer. To make the most of your next visit, we share 7 things to do in Brussels if you love Belgian beer. Belgium boasts more than 160 breweries and produces the 7th  largest volume of beer in Europe. For a country of fewer than 11 million inhabitants, this is impressive. However, so many different beers make knowing where to start intimidating for visitors. I know, because I was overwhelmed too when we first ...
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No Failure: Alice von Hildebrand

This was a book I wouldn’t have chosen to read. I knew nothing about Alice von Hildebrand; and, of the life of a European academic living in New York I cared even less. When it arrived, to be honest, I predicted it to be altogether erudite – ‘highbrows living in ivory towers’ – ultimately something as learned, as it would be dry, very dry in fact. I opened it, giving it no more than a chapter or so to convince me otherwise… That opening chapter was of two children trapped on a World War Two merc...
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Oil tumbles after Kuwait strike ends, as Chinese shares slide - business live

All the day’s economic and financial news, including the latest UK unemployment figures at 9.30am 9.08am BST European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager is expected to announce new antitrust charges against Google at 10.30am BST (11.30am in Belgium).Brussels correspondents will be busy!Brussels midday wall of hell today: 1130 Vestager (Google) presser, 12ish Stoltenberg on NATO-Russia, 12ish Avramopoulos on migrants-Turkey 9.03am BST Joe Rundle, head of trading at ETX Capital, explains w...
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RADIO: The Aftermath of the Brussels Terror Attacks – Talk Radio

Tagged: Belgium, Brussels, communities, Europe, extremism, Islam, Islamophobia, jihadis, language, Muslims, radicalisation, suicide bombs, Talk Radio, terror, terrorism, The West
Tags: Europe, Communities, Terrorism, Language, Islam, Belgium, Terror, Brussels, Extremism, Jihadis, 2014, Islamophobia, Muslims, The West, Radicalisation, Talk Radio