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... gave way to Turkish cafes and halal butcheries. Men sat at tables and chairs outside, passing time with cups of strong, eastern coffees. Earlier today, a street was totally blocked off as the residents threw a big block party, complete with music and loud speakers.
I eventually reached Place Rogier, where I’d been the day before, and made my way to Rue Neuve, Brussel’s main shopping street lined with stores such as H&M and the Body ...
... the bus tour about the city and are very glad we decided to do this. While on the first bus this morning it started to rain, as we were all dressed in summer clothes, think shorts, t-shirt, flip flops, we got a little cold. We went back to the hotel after the first bus to change into warmer clothes, then head out for a quick bite. It was time for another meal that you have to get while in Belgium, mussels and pomme frites.
Melissa waited for ...
... Parc du Bruxelles
... statues of some of the characters.. It's a real cool quirk that brightens up the city.
* the language spoken in Belgium is 80% French and 20% Dutch however all the street signs are in both
*Moules = Mussells
*Les Adventures de Tintin started being written by a Belgian in 1929!
* beer is the main export of Belgium
*the people of this country are ...
... ultimately Jason just got four free beers.
Next stop was another bar but before we arrived we decided to go via Manneken-Pis which is crazy popular, if not the main tourist attraction on all the lists. It's essentially a little statue fountain of a little boy peeing. Sometimes it's dressed up but it's one of the iconic things to see nevertheless. Nothing too exciting but we figured we had to at least get a photo or two as it's the thing to do. ...