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... our first
impression was dropping off our bags in the old auditorium which had the
familiar smell of stale beer and damp but also had a floor covered in
mattresses (oh god!).
Dumping our bags we set off around the small city to take in the sights, luckily there
aren't a huge amount as we were pretty hungry. Finding a sunny spot on the main
square we enjoyed another local dish and another local beer, this time it was
the Kwak ...
... Fortunately, we finally reached the front of the line with about an hour to spare, giving us time to look out over Brussels and tour the exhibits inside the adjacent spheres, the latter of which proved surprisingly difficult, as signs directing us to the escalator ultimately led us back outside, where there was no escalator at all.
Of the two major exhibits inside the Atomium, the permanent exhibit, featuring relics from World's Fairs ...
... all with their own glasses quite spectacular. Tonight we had a dinner to get to know each other. Once again the Australians are in abundance. Tomorrow we go to Brussells. One thing that I will say is that we have excellent accommodation. Tonight we are staying in a very old place that has been made into a hotel. Fantastic. Well had better get to bed as we have another early start in the morning. Luv to all Judith and ...
... to share it with the others.... Every street has at least a couple of chocolatier shops, all with slightly different versions of the same thing. Some had chocolate fountains in their windows while others had big chocolate cartoon characters. All very temping to say the least!
Dan, Wigs and I managed to squeeze in a boat tour along the canal and a walking tour of the city, which both were really fun and we got to learn some history ...
... only 366 steps to the top. Winding steep stairs and great views. We visited the town hall to end our day and off we went in search of beer and food. We were looking for a place called Degarre and knew right where it was supposed to be on the map. We walked up a street one way and back again before on the third time, we realized what they called a street( stratt) was in reality an alleyway. So down the alley we go and walk right in. Quite a ...