Martin's Manoir Du Lac
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... perfect mix of Brussels history and chocolate. Very fun for a school group to spend the day. Walking between bites of rich chocolate was essential and I got awesome info about the city. The guide was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions and the chocolate was amazing!
... shopping event in the fashion district and we just happened to be staying in the heart of it.
As we've done in all our ports, we walked the streets to get the feel of the city. Because it is the unofficial capital of the EU, it has an excitement that we've not experienced in our other Belgium stops. And, there is more French spoken here than Flemish, so we feel a little more at home (not that we have a remote clue what anyone ...
... unlike Ypres, where the majority of language spoken is Dutch or English. Most of my conversations here in Brussels have been in french and I've managed twice to give my shopper loyalty points to the person behind me in the queue, sans anglais.
Gary is resting, he is not 100%, in spite of a 'flu shot before leaving.
It's just as well that we had booked ...
... I passed some stunning gardens so I stopped and made a detour. These were the botanical outdoor gardens and they were filled with greenery and color. There were some cool buildings in the background, in addition to a fountain, which made me love the gardens even more. Spring has just arrived so many trees were blooming. The colors, sweet smells and tranquility of the place made this detour a fantastic decision. From the gardens it was a straight shot to ...
... costumes filled the square. We walked around the tents and were given samples of Belgium cheese, bread and chocolate!
As though that wasn't enough food already, on the other side of the square we found the Chocolate museum! The museum consisted of 3 floors. These floors talked about the history and interesting facts about none other than chocolate. They also included chocolate sculptures, clothing and of course, chocolate samples! We were able ...