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... exhibition was one on Sax and his various inventions, including an array of saxophones. In the hot afternoon we had time to look I a couple of comic stores before buying some Belgian chocolates and calling it a day. To us, Brussels felt like France, but hot ad slightly more English friendly. The city centre was beautiful but all in all Brussels didn't feel like anything special. It was nice, but we didn't feel the same love as we did for ...
Slept well, so we got up and had breakfast (included with the room ) Belgian Waffles, eggs sausage, fruit, etc. It was a good start to the day. Took Frank to church, very nice high mass with Monks singing. Went on the HOP ON HOP OFF bus tour to see the city. Great way to understand history, etc. Enjoyed a nice lunch on a sidewalk cafe. We all had a rest as some more jet lag set in. Went for a walk and then more food. Yes, mussels and Frites ...
... guy who was convinced he was right (he wasn’t).
Finally, the bus arrived. I got to the Butte de Lion. I paid more than a climb up a hill is worth….and climbed up the hill. I passed a couple who kept stopping and were out of breath, and made it to the top. I felt fantastic, if not a bit winded from my virtual run/waddle up the 226 stes. I could actually see the battlefield, the place where European history was changed. Then, my ...
... 1,000 beers! Despite the fact it was a Monday, the place was heaving. We lucked out and got to two seats at the bar, Kim had been before so knew the score - she asked a barman for a copy of the book that details their beer selection. Now, at this point, I feel it is important that I pause to let that sink in - a book. And not a small book either - it was like an Argos catalogue of beer! I settled on a 9% (well when in Belgium) Belgian IPA ...
... signs (for us English speakers) were next to useless. Thomas said Mannequin **** more times than I care to say, then Elijah picked it up, so if I never hear that word MP again, it won't be too soon. Anyway, back to the tour. We saw the Galleria (a beautiful arcade of shops similar to what you see in Melbourne). Then got some dodgy directions to the Cartoon Museum, I was happy when we ran into some locals who were also lost ...