Martin's Manoir Du Lac
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... We shared a Flemish special platter which had 4 kinds of meats and some cheeses along with a cabbage salad, and some black olives and of course a crusty bread! But the best part was the dessert, a Belgian waffle with whipped cream and fresh strawberries. It was delicious! It had Lily's name written all over it!
The Grand Place was our next stop. It’s a square with very ornate government buildings ...
... he was kind enough to show me this little city by walk. We did a panaromic view of Brussels city from a view point, Grand pllace, Manequin Pis, Palace Royale and Petit Sablon. He also took me an awesome chocolatier "Chocolats Gerbaud (www.chocolatsgerbaud.be)" where I bought some. He also took me a Beer Bar "Moeder Lambic (www.moederlambic.com)" to taste Fruit Beer (not that I enjoyed) but still ...
... and sinking into the city. Everyone's path we crossed was so accommodating and nice! We bough Belgium chocolates, saw cartoon art all over the place, and leisurely ate dinner over the course of two hours at NAME THAT RESTRAUNT where we had the most gracious host. From there we made it back to our hostel stopping every 2 minutes to soak in another view and shopping outlet :p. End day 6. P.S. No pics to post due to technical difficulties with my phone. ...
... dinner we went off of another of our host's recommendations. We sat outside Chez Leon in the sunshine as throngs of people wandered by. Looking over the menu, I couldn't believe what I saw: Filet de Chevel. Can it be? Can they really serve horse here? I excitedly inquired to our waiter if it was real horse meat. He seemed embarrassed at first. He thought I was offended by it! I said nay, I will gladly dine on horse ...
... 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 ...