Elliot Jay Stocks is a designer, speaker, and author. He is the Creative Director of Adobe Typekit, the founder of typography magazine 8 Faces, one half of Viewport Industries, and an electronic musician.

Brussels

Posted on 20 May 2006 4 comments

Bonjour! If this post contains a few mistakes, it’s because I’d completely forgotten to anticipate the different layout of French keyboards… Anyway, for this reason I shall be brief. Yesterday was without a doubt one of the most amazing day ever and Brussels in a city undervalued by so many. It’s true that the amount of attractions are few, but this is made up for by the kindness of absolutely every person who lives there. Everyone we’ve met has been extremely friendly and put just about everyone in London to shame. More details to follow later, as we’ve spent far too long in this Internet café.

4 comments

  1. JK

    JK

    23 November 2006 @ 10:46PM #

    Hi Ellio’ and Sam,

    Glad to hear you’ve got off to a good start! Have fun!

  2. Graham L Stocks

    Graham L Stocks

    23 November 2006 @ 10:46PM #

    Hi Elliot and Sam. Pleased you’re enjoying yourselves, sounds like a varied experiece already and just a few days in! Can’t believe you’re almost a week into it already. Let’s see lots of those pictures. Some balconies from Sam maybe!
    Looks like I might be getting a trip to Ravenstone.
    Much love and fun. Dad X

  3. Alice

    Alice

    23 November 2006 @ 10:47PM #

    Good stuff boys and girls, I went to Brussels once and I loved it so I’m very glad you feel the same way! I will def be reading your ‘tedious’ blog entries anyway so keep ‘em coming. See you soon! xxx

  4. KJ

    KJ

    23 November 2006 @ 10:47PM #

    Hello Elliot & Sam! Wow, it sounds like you’re having a really great time out there! Your site is really cool too :) and the photos so far look great. Continue having fun both of you! Bye bye!

    ~ Kayleigh xXx

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