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... stop was a Begium Chocolate store. There was an amazing array of different chocolates. Of course we did a bit or task testing. They had on display a model of the town hall made totally
out of chocolate.
Gareth had seen a bit more of the city so he took us up to a bit of a lookout over the smoggy city. Next on the list was to find and try Belgium beer at Delium bar, it has over 2000 varieties of beer to choose from and rather than a ...
... strawberries and cream, washed down with a hot chocolate.
I spent the remainder of the afternoon exploring shops around the square and in the side streets nearby, including the Galeries St Hubert, laden with Belgian chocolate shops. The Christmas market in the side street was smaller and more intimate than the one in Paris, but it still didn’t appeal greatly in terms of what was on offer.
I caught the local ...
... ladies at their front doors. I'm the last in the car, and they drive me straight to the front door, despite protestations that I could walk the five minutes or so from another woman's house. I wish them a good night, and then make sure that I heard correctly where they live. I had. They don't even live in Brussels, but in another town closer to Lille (in France). It was already 11:30, and they had another hour's drive ahead of them, but ...
... and had already had wine and ouzo, so another drink sounded like a fine idea. After it arrived at the table, the owner brought out his wife, who got into an animated conversation with Ari, and returned with a package of Greek coffee. “When I go back, I get my mother to bring you a present!” they promised. We had just barely finished our drinks, when the owner returned with yet another round.
We eventually staggered out, three hours ...
... to the timetables and pointed out
the buses for the day. I felt like such a local.
The train arrived at the exact time and I boarded and found a seat. The
train was beautiful and clean and looked like a first class train in Israel. Following
the advice I’d taken from TT (Bless you TT!) I disembarked at Central station
twenty minutes later and read through timetables also posted in English to find
a train that stopped at Brugge. Finding ...