Category Archives: Observing Brussels

Out of what Law

Artwork by Enrique Cropper Their office block was nothing special by Brussels standards: recent refurbishment; nylon replacement carpet; LED lights fitted according to the new European norm; and a lick of pastel paint, trying hard to give the impression everything … Continue reading

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La maleta roja

Art work by Enrique Cropper El viajero que bajaba del vagón de tren cargaba una llamativa maleta roja. Solo eso destacaba de él, junto a un bigote ridículo y parecido al de Hitler. El resto quedaba escondido bajo un abrigo … Continue reading

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Fly Matthias, fly!

Artwork by Enrique Cropper On Sundays, with fine weather, our family loved to make the half-hour trip out of Bruxelles to Rebecq. The kids were always thrilled to hear the steamy hisses and the clunks of the pistons and see … Continue reading

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Fly with Writingbrussels – Our next reading at Librebook

Friday 12 October at 6:30 p.m. Writingbrussels is back with more flying stories.

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Tren de lejanías

Photography by Gabriela Cropper Unos minúsculos copos de nieve se colaron por la puerta como moscas veraniegas cuando la abrió. Se dijo con irritación que el Real Instituto Meteorológico estaba a la altura de lo que se esperaba, porque no … Continue reading

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