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... the guide, Yasser. The tour covered all the main highlights of the city as well as some legends and the places to get the best fries, cheapest waffles and free museums. I am glad I took the walk as I got a very good overview of the city and it's history.
We started in the Grand Place and learned all about how it came about. This is the main market square and a river used to flow through the city, which is why the market (and later the city) came to ...
... floors, Restaurant Chez Leon--the food was glorious! Karen had a Black & White, two different sausages served with potatoes and apple compote, and Judith had a plate with yet a different sausage and with stoemp, which is smashed potatoes with carrots. Sooo yummy! We then had a bit of time to shop--very brief, so we got a chocolate bar and a small box of dark chocolates with bits of Speculas in them.
We returned to the Central Station, past a ...
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On my $25 Ryanair flight headed to Brussels. Everything is going well, and i might even splurge on a snack. I am excited to see what Brussels and Belgium has to offer, as I'll be there until Sunday when I fly home. Beer, chocolate and waffles are in my future.
... before heading out to Tyne Cot Cemetery for the 3pm service.
In discussion with the West Yorkshire Police Band, who were providing music for the ceremony, we discovered that they had a different arrangement of Oh Valiant Heart, so it was decided that we would sing a capella. We also learnt that we would be marching into the ceremony in formation behind the band, so we had a quick marching lesson before we went on.
... so we rested in the room before supper.We located a not too touristy restaurant called the Poules Moules. I had the mussels in wine sauce (a Belgian regular dish) and Joanne had Flemish beef stew. Both of us had Belgian frites. Both were quite excellent. The mussels came in a Large pot cooked with wine, celery, onions and I had a bucket for the shells (can anyone say Mr. Creosote, for Monty Python fans). I asked the waitress how many mussels there were and ...