I've just come back from an amaaaaaaaaaaaaazing weekend in Brussels with 2 friends. Andrea lives and works there and Maryana joined us from London, which is where she currently works and lives. Yes, very international...
laughter/ ginger w lemon/ dancing/ champagne brunch/ birthday celebrations/ amazing chats...
oh and SNOW!
|Tasty nom nom at Le comptoir|
|Spirito Martini, a Church converted in to a club. Why not?|
|Amazing food, service and deco at the Easy M café|
|Fabulous times at Jeux d'hiver|
|Champagne brunch which lasted about 3.5 hours : )|
There was snow everywhere in Brussels and there is snow everywhere in Paris. I can even see the snow outside of my office window as I sit writing this.
I'm not against snow per se. It makes for some very pretty photography. If you have the right walking gear and bundle yourself up just right, then it's actually very fun. Yet snow in a big city quickly becomes slushy and pretty disgusting. They're also not very big on laying down grit here in Paris, which means everyone starts walking a bit strangely in order to avoid falling on their derriere! Or maybe that's just me.
I hope wherever you are, that you are enjoying the snow (or rather watching it fall from a warm, cosy spot) and that it is not proving to be too much of a headache!