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... from Moorsel
to the Saint Gaugericus chapel. Charles would construct the first
permanent fortification in the city, doing so on that same island.
Lambert I of Leuven, ...
... Basically, you know all of those tacky lawn fountains you see of a little boy peeing? Well, those are all replicas of the Mannekin Pis, which I guess is the original statue of a little boy peeing. I have no idea how these things get to be famous. But you turn a corner and then suddenly there’s a mass of tourists snapping photos and that’s how you know you’ve arrived. It’s a tiny statue, and something you’d ...
... ever seen. It’s pretty small, but the buildings surrounding the square are absolutely beautiful. There are a couple of museums, and a couple of old palaces, or homes for ridiculously rich people apparently. We walked around the city for a few hours and both realized that Brussels is actually a really beautiful city. I certainly had no idea what to expect from the city, but the architecture here is beautiful. We were desperately ...
... for its world record in 2004 for having 2004 beers available to drink. There was an entire menu book you can buy. This was going to be terribly difficult for some indecisive females.
Luckily a Belgian man sitting at the bar was there to help. He asked what type of flavours we liked then ordered. For me this was a bloemenbier - it wasn't on the smaller menu list. He managed to choose our favourite beers for the night - a great ...
... the things he was most looking forward to. In the same area was the Atomium building which was built for the 1958 World Expo in Brussels. It was an amazing sculpture and inside was the history of the building of it along with artifacts from the Expo. The views of Brussels were fabulous and you could see all the parks the city has to offer.
What would a trip to Belgium be without ...