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... waffles, beer and chocolate ...so naturally the next stop was the pub. We found a quaint little pub, which had been there since 1880 ...and I doubt it had changed much over the years! Our waiter was Jacques, who to be honest was a tad bananas, but added to the experience! I think we'll leave chocolate for tomorrow....the chocolate shop here you took a ticket to be served. We would've had to wait 21 people before being served. We tried another shop....made on ...
... are greeted by a statue of Captain Haddock upon entering, and the decor is relentlessly comic-themed, with massive murals, original art, and more statues located throughout. Also of note, whatever radio station the restaurant was tuned to played the same song over and over for nearly an hour. The place was by no means cheap (we opted not to get beers there, if that tells you anything), but the portions were large and I do, in fact, believe that might have been the ...
... over the world. Plus, some of them live in Nancy so we have more time to mix and mingle!
It was a 5 hour bus ride to Brussels, but that didn't bother me because I barely slept Friday night so it was a great time to catch up on sleep.
Our first stop was Brasserie Cantillon where we were given a tour of the brewery and how the fermentation and beer preparation process worked. Brasserie Cantillon is a unique, organic brewery that adds ...
"The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars."
Jack Kerouac, On the Road
Django Reinhardt, arguably one of the greatest guitar players of all time, was born to a Roma family in Belgium in January 1910. ...
... sad to say our good-bye). We can't thank them enough...such beautiful people.
We meandered around Brussels centre for hours, stumbled across a flea market, (my version people throwing out their old rotten garb and piling it up on the ground, not a pretty site). So hence did a quick gecko and moved on....OH and whilst we were lurking around the flea markets, a pleasant surprise, our friend whom we had dinner the night before with at our ...
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