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As Sophie's house is located in the boarder between France and Belgium, we, of course won't miss the chance to visit " the country of chocolate." We took train from Douai to Lille Flandres (7.2 euro) and then to Bruxelles midi (30 euro). My sister loves to take photos for every train and every ticket we have taken. She got excited easily when the train's head is in cooler color or fancier shape (like a bullet or double levels). Sophie was with us and her ...
One last day to roam Bruges. It is quite cool, windy and threatening rain but, hey, what can you do. We go looking for Fidel the famous dog but I think it is far too cold for a star to be hanging out of a window-no Fidel.
We head to Welcome Church of our Lady. At 120 metres it's spire is the highest point in Bruges and the tallest church tower in Europe. This church has the only Michaelangelo sculpture to leave Italy in his lifetime (a marble Madonna ...
... tonight there will be beer tasting on board the barge. Without a doubt a few of us (excluding the wino Carolyn) are looking forward to the tasting. We started biking a little after 9 am. The sun was out and the temperature was predicted to be around 75 degrees, perfect for biking. We rode through Antwerp until we reached the St. Anna pedestrian Schelde tunnel. The elevator wasn't operating, so the entire group had to carry their bikes down two ...
... once. In short, Brussels feels like a second home.
I've listed our favorite activities below for anyone planning to take a trip with kids to Brussels in the future.
1) Museum of Natural Sciences
2) Atomium ...
... were themselves and relaxed. Much thanks to Maryke for inviting us to stay with them. :)
After dinner we headed to the festival. What a nice night! Beer, snacks including some whole fish that Maryke's boyfriend did not mind waving in our faces haha and they smelled like kipper snacks to me (reminded me of my grandad), rain, dancing, and fireworks. As with Paris, there ...