Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
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Very modern apart hotel.
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... so Nohely, Julia, and I went to walk around and shop, finding some really cute stores that were fun to look in. Nohely and I found some really cute coasters and that’s what I decided to collect as “souvenirs” from all the countries because they are easily obtained from any pub or restaurant we go to and they’ll all be unique to the country or the place we’re eating at and then they’ll be great to either make into something later or just ...
Upon arrival I immediately noticed the vast amount of cobblestones that stretched in every direction. I mean yes, much of Europe is covered in cobblestones but Bruges was different, there didn't seem to be any hint of modernity within the city limits, apart from the shops and cars that littered the city. Once we began walking it seemed like ...
... like a hawk as I looked around. It felt a bit strange so I left - and it was getting close to lunch time. For lunch I had a few options: A sandwich and a drink from a bakery, a waffle with ham and cheese, or the 10 Euro steak that was possibly a scam. I decided on the waffle, being in Belgium, but then I'd had so much junk food lately that I changed my mind at the last minute and made my way to the tourist area. I found a restaurant not quite in that Rue des Bouchers ...
... Tommy referred to as the Pig's Bladder. This was not the real name of the cafe, and not even what it is known by to the locals. It was in the main square. Lunch was tasty. We then walked toward the Mannequin Pis, and ordered some Belgian Waffles! Sophie woke up from her nap just in time to partake in the waffle eating!
We then loaded back into the Bus, and made our way to Ghent.
From our host's suggestion, we headed to the Musical Instrument Museum which was the closest attraction. We started on the basement level, where ancient instruments resided. The museum had a huge array from all countries and time periods. Flutes, drums, and stringed instruments of every size and shape you can imagine.
The audio tour worked such that if you stood on a certain spot in front of a ...