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... 8212;ideal for a mid-trip break.
La Grand-Place in Brussels is a remarkably homogeneous body of public and private buildings, dating mainly from the late 17th century. The architecture provides a vivid illustration ...
... costumes in action.
The pool beckoned, so it was back home to the hotel for a swim and some dinner.
This morning we set out to see the things that were closed yesterday. First stop, comic strip museum. Belgium is home to the creators of two world renowned comic strip series, Tintin and the Smurfs, so it makes sense that a museum commemorating the art of animation would find its home here. Located in a beautiful Art Nouveau industrial ...
... as it was mostly behind clouds!
Went walking up behind the conference venue to Royal Palace, Parc de Brussels and a few other random amazing buildings, finishing up at a waffle place (same on I went to on day one) and Frits with Mayonnaise from the place next door.
The aim of today was to make sure we had enough chocolate to bring back - don't worry kids - we definitely do. Bought a few other bits and pieces.
... a bit because we were trying to teach Julia and Madi Aussie slang. The funniest thing was that they had no clue what a paddock was!
Thursday Night we went to a restaurant and then had some delicious Belgian chocolate. We went back to the hostel to have a 'quick' nap before heading out afterwards, but didn't turn out that way as we ended up going to bed.
Friday morning we went on a free walking tour around the city. We saw the Mannekin ...
... spread out along the square. In addition, an Ethan Allen store is there as well, thought they only existed in Mequon.
Head out of the square and make my way down to a little residential area that seems very nice and new. Little Belgian apartments, nothing too fancy, but located in a great part of town a stones throw from the Grand Place, wouldn't be a bad place to live, though quite expensive I imagine.