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... store in Brugge was a chocolate store, so of course I went into one to try some Belgian chocolates. The woman working there told me that the minimum was about 8 pieces...no problem! They were delicious. The only two I wasn't a fan of was an orange chocolate and a chocolate with violet ganache filling. It was such a weird taste!
We went back to the apartment after Brugge. Something really cool about Brussels is their "Old Market," which is the longest strip of bars ...
... until it was time for dinner at the grandparents place.
The next day, we went to my uncles place. They don't speak much english at all so it was really difficult to pay attention, even with the minimal french that I understand. Their place is absolutely beautiful though. Their gardens are meticulously maintained and very impressive. I struggled through the conversation for a few hours and then we went home for me to pack for my flight to Thailand!
... with his own kitchen and two bathrooms. The other rooms all share bathrooms and a kitchen.
We cleaned up, had a couple beers and hit the town. Tim took us to this square that has more than 25 pubs along the sides with chairs out in the middle of the square where everyone parties. It was a Wednesday but the square was hopping. We went for a beer at a few different places in the square and met up with a bunch of his buddies who were all beauties. ...
... that really I didn't know existed. After checking into my hotel and taking a few hours to wander around and see all the shopping I was back at another street side cafe with Neil and a different group of brewers, importers and distributors of Belgian beers. That it where my new found love affair with Belgian beer begins! I will never look at beer the same way and I will never want to drink a Coors Light or Busch Light again! Belgians have a kind beer called Lambic, it is a ...
... waffle, mine had strawberries and vanilla ice-cream, yummy! But then the heavens opened! It rained so hard we got completely soaked walking to Delirium, the bar that has the highest number of beers in the world: 2004! I tried a peach one then a cherry one. Nice!
Then we went to a sushi restaurant, where I had a miso soup (delicious!) to warm up.
We went back and the girls were so tired they went straight to sleep. Not much else to do but go to sleep too, so I did!