Auberge Van Strombeek
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... forest or small towns all the way. Not a hill to be seen anywhere, although we did have a slight headwind for most of the day. The dominant crop in the fields was maize, with the next being hay for silage. We also spent a pleasant 10km on a canal path. The only glitch was a closed road, the detour of which ended up in the middle of a traffic jam caused by too many people trying to ...
... the first course and sat back, as our plates were discretely cleared away. A lively discussion continued, only about half of which I absorbed because I was so tired, and within short order, the main course was brought out. We waited until the ambassador had taken the first cut of his meal and then dug in, savouring the most tender entrecote of bison that I've ever had tasted. Sometime during all of this, the white wine was dispensed with, and a pinot noir ...
... 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 ...
... The museum is right off the Grand Place, and we got off the Metro at the Bourse (the Belgian Stock Exchange building). This required that we make a metro transfer and we almost had a terrible incident.
As we were coming down the escalator, we realized that there was a train on the tracks. We decided to run for it. Joe jumped in one door, and I jumped in another with Bryn in my arms. Sage was right behind me, ...
... along the sidewalks; cobble-stoned streets appeared every few blocks; and stores - both high end and more common brands - lined the streets. This is where the fashion district of Brussels was afterall. At last, I found an area where it was enjoyable to walk after hours. I even found a local pub I called "home" for the 3 nights I stayed in this area.
Normally, I avoid staying ...