After Amsterdam I made my way to Brussels. I knew I wanted to try their chocolate, waffles, and beer, but hadn’t done too much research on where I wanted to actually go and see while in Brussels. When I got there, I kept reading about The Grand Place, so I decided that’s what I wanted to do. Instead of just walking straight there I decided I would take a walk and see where I ended up. It had snowed the night that I got in, so the next morning when I was ready to leave the sidewalks were covered in ice and it was really hard to walk.
Happy New Year!!
I can’t believe 2017 is already here, and I also can’t believe I rang it in Amsterdam! I had done my research on where to go for New Years celebrations, and I decided to head to Dam Square because a lot of my friends had recommended it who have been there. I headed to Dam Square around 10:30 to get a good spot for the fireworks, and when I got there it was really crowded with rowdy people ready to party. I found a good area to stand, and then it started raining! My jacket didn’t have a hood, but I wasn’t going to let that ruin my night so I just stood there letting the rain wash away my makeup and mess up my hair. Nobody else was letting the rain ruin their night either. All over Dam Square people were throwing firecrackers, fireworks, and anything else you can think of to celebrate. These people were even throwing them into crowds of people which was a little scary.
My Europe trip is finally near! I am officially in the double digits – with only 99 days to go until I jet off to Europe for 3 weeks! It seriously feels like I just booked my trip, but time has flown by and I am excited to share with you the 50 things that I am looking forward to during my trip to Europe! So here we go!