Monday, December 03, 2012

The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels & Belgium by Doug Morris

I don't usually post anything that I have not written on this blog. However, Doug Morris is a great guy who has written a great book on Belgium. And so, I am posting his press release here for your benefit.
My only remark is that he says, "Belgium is an absolutely amazing place to spend a couple of years." 
I have been in Belgium almost 9 years and still think it's amazing. So, I suggest you buy the book and plan on staying a good long time or at least plan on coming back often... all the while checking back on Belgian Trips to know what else is happening in and around Belgium. 


Belgian trips, expats, expat guides, Doug Morris, The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels and Belgium



If you are living in Belgium and want to make the most of your time while there, then The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels & Belgium is the ebook for you.

The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels & Belgium showcases all the best events and festivals on offer each month, along with the most enjoyable activities and places to visit for kids, families and adults, ensuring that no matter when you arrive in Belgium to live, you will not miss out on any of the most interesting, distinctly local, culturally significant, or just plain fun activities. Within its pages you will find information about great markets, playgrounds, parks, kids’ play centers, amusement parks, adrenaline pumping family activities, Christmas Markets all over Europe, unique cultural destinations, farm stays, bicycling, kayaking, paintball, land sailing, rock climbing, go-karting, a multiplicity of spectator sports to enjoy, social and expat groups to join, as well as periodicals filled with tons of great weekly events and activities all over the country.

Belgium is an absolutely amazing place to spend a couple of years. Brussels is a city of vibrant and diverse neighborhoods; Antwerp is stylish, edgy and hip; Ghent and Leuven are lively university towns; and Belgium as a whole is rich in cultural heritage, natural beauty, and fascinating history. Featuring a treasure trove of enjoyable activities, The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels & Belgium takes away the guesswork about what to do, when, and where. So, if you are looking to fully enjoy your sojourn in Brussels, Belgium and beyond, this book is for you.

For more information on The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels & Belgium, visit https://sites.google.com/site/expatguidebrusselsandbelgium/.

To order a copy of The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels & Belgium for Kindle, Kindle Fire, Apple iPad/iPod/iPhone, and other devices visit www.amazon.com/dp/B00A41LKO0. (Devices supported by this ebook download: Kindle, Apple iPhone/iPod/iPad, Android, Sony Reader, Blackberry Devices, Palm OS PDAs, Cybook Opus, Bebook (Endless Ideas), Papyrus (Samsung), Jetbook (Ectaco), Windows Mobile OS PDAs, Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, and Linux OS.)

To order a copy of The Expat Guide to Having Fun in Brussels & Belgium for Nook readers, Apple iPad/iPod/iPhone, and other devices visit www.lulu.com/shop/douglas-morris/the-expat-guide-to-having-fun-in-brussels-belgium/ebook/product-20462321.html. (Devices supported by this ebook download: Nook, Apple iPhone/iPod/iPad, Android, Sony Reader, Blackberry Devices, Palm OS PDAs, Cybook Opus, Bebook (Endless Ideas), Papyrus (Samsung), Jetbook (Ectaco), Windows Mobile OS PDAs, Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, and Linux OS.) This version does not support Kindle. See next link for Kindle version.

Due to continuing changes in the eReader market, these lists are not inclusive of all available eReaders. If your eReader is not listed above, please refer to your device documentation for compatible file types.

Author Contact Information
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About the Author
The author is a professional travel writer who has lived over 20 years in 10 countries on three continents. He has had 10 books published by four different publishers, has a travel column in Primo magazine, and regularly pens articles for a variety of periodicals. For more information about his other books visit www.BestofItalyGuide.com or www.ItsaSprawlWorld.com.

Mr. Morris lived in Belgium for three amazing years, two of which he was the editor of the US Embassy news weekly, the Brussels Weekly, for which he received a number of awards for quality content and design.

4 comments:

Jana Lopez said...

Great information!

Jana
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