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On Thursday, rather than head straight to Brussels where we were flying out the next morning, we decided to do a spur of the moment day trip to Antwerp!
We caught the train from Bruges to the main Brussels train station and Tom and Ian did a quick run to our hotel to drop off our bags while me and Arthur waited at the train station (and sampled an amazing chocolate donut!). We then jumped on a train to Antwerp, around 40 minutes ...
Everyone needs to spend a Sunday within the confines of central Brussels. The 50,000 plus people that were here last night have turned up again and some. Fine and bright again, shorts weather. A footnote: I forgot to mention that on arrival to the city yesterday coming up the stairs from the train station John with his hands full carrying his back pack had a pickpocket made an attempt at his pride and joy getting a zip on his pocket half way before John brushed him ...
... shopping street in all of Benelux between 2002 and 2004. As I wandered through, I stumbled across a building that now housed - among other things - a branch of The Chocolate Line, but was commandeered for a time by none other than our friend Nappy Bonaparte. Some of the original paintings are still on the walls, and the kitchen is now in use as a chocolaterie. You can go in and watch Belgians make even yummier chocolate, which I did for ...
... able to disembark at Gare Centraal which is right downtown. On the walk to downtown, we passed a large statue of a famous Belgium celebrity- no not Jean Claude Van Damme but a smurf. I never did see a statue of Jean Claude which is quite disappointing since, really, who else came from Belgium, OK Hercule Poirot but he's not real. I know-smurfs aren't real either.
The main site to see in Brussels is Grand Place. It is a downtown square that is bordered by the ...
... being in the city. We did a chocolate crawl around Grand-Place at the famous chocolate shops of Brussels (Neuhaus, Godiva, Galler, and Leonidas). I ate so much I felt a bit sick so we went to get a little real food - kebabs! That night, we went to an awesome alley of bars. It was called Delirium and there was a bar for every kind of liquor. Plus a beer bar....Belgium is kind of big on beer. Earlier I had bought fries for ...