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... every variety of beer made in Belgium, and each was accompanied by its matching glass. We didn't know about the glasses until our sister-in-law Lesley enlightened us. We loved the chocolate tools in one shop, and would have loved to take some home for our little grandsons, but we thought they'd add too much weight to our luggage!! The streets are narrow and cobblestoned, but there are still cars and delivery vehicles and numerous cyclists, but no trams! We went to a Catholic ...
... price of admission I was given a device that plays the music of most if the instruments as you approach the exhibits. It is a very peaceful and engaging way to tour the museum. If you want a unique restaurant experience and fantastic views of the city, check out the restaurant at the top of the MIM building, they serve a ...
... the day. Almost too much to absorb In one day. Arrived safely back in Brussels without any of our train tickets having been checked or asked for anywhere. Why did we buy them?! A nice dinner at a Belgian restaurant then back up to the Grand Place for the night photos. Stage still set up in the square, but at least the public had access. Maybe it is a permanent fixture as it has been there all the time we have. Square looks great all lit up. Tomorrow we head for ...
... Canadian reality is beginning to intrude on my European life, and I don't particularly like it.
It's sunny today, and there's a hint of warmth to the air. The birds are singing, and it's reminiscent of my first days here, and I feel as if everything has come full circle. At moments like this, life feels extremely cyclical, as if it is set to some sort of pattern. I walked downtown today, through Grand Place, down rue Royale, ...
... area which was quite nice, we didn't bother to go to Mini-Europe though as we had already been to most of the real places there. Got the national dish of chips and mayo for lunch and sat in the sun to eat it.
We went back into town to see the statue of Manneken Pis - he was wearing one of his costumes and was completely covered up so we couldn't see him - I was annoyed.
Out for dinner at night and then a stroll round the Christmas market behind the ...