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2016-01-15 15:49:33 Post No. 1070126
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I am going to Brussels, Bruges, Maastricht, and Amsterdam for a comparative government trip between March 4th and 14th. I am from the US midwest, and I have never left the country, but I have travelled to most of the US states. I am wondering what I need to know about international travel, specifically in Belgium and The Netherlands. My daily itinerary is filled from 10AM to about 4PM with trips to government buildings and meetings and classrooms, but after 4PM I am free to do as I please. I'm 29 years old and this is part of a Masters Program, so I will be very independant and I don't need to stay with the group or any of that jazz that often plagues undergrads on study away trips.
So, What should I do? What should I know? Any great places I should check out in those cities or events during that time frame?
Much appreciated. Pic unrelated.