Hotel Agenda Louise
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... had special significance we found out a bit later in the day. It turns out that as frequently as several times a week the statue is placed in a different costume usually to celebrate a specific occasion or sometimes just because the little guy looks so cute all dressed up (ok I made that part up).
After snapping our pictures with the little man we decided to head off and see what other treasures we could discover. Sure enough we ...
... Walking on the cobblestone streets, surrounded by the most amazing architecture hasn't gotten old yet either. Paired with a Belgian waffle, so heavenly.
Other than that, we finally went grocery shopping this week. I spent so much time decoding the French words. Pictures mean so much to me these days ;).
Friday night we explored Brussels. Walking into the Grand Place area for the first time was exhilarating. ...
... here as he has 'crashed'. No site seeing for us now, although we managed a 40km round trip to see Lion's Mound this morning. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion's_Mou nd The main reason we had booked 2 nights here - to look at the WATERLOO battlefield and museum. At least we saw the mound.
However the day is not wasted:
I've done the washing -
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... and it consisted of an appetizer of homemade lobster raviolis, a main course of sole served with white asparagus in a light cream sauce and for dessert, creme brûlée which the waiter said was the best in Brussels. Everything was fabulous but I couldn’t finish the dessert!
Sunset here isn’t until 9 now and so it was still bright even when we finished dinner. The area was hoppin’ and we felt totally safe leisurely strolling back to the ...
... take out restaurant is to the left. People were all around the counters, which was right were the fishermen were cooking the seafood! So delicious. Harlea went to ask for help and that's when we met our friend, Willy. "Papa Willy" was the papa of the fisherman and suggested that harlea and I have a glass of white wine to "open up our stomach and our senses." So we did, and then had an appetizer that he suggested - we don't know what it was called, but it ...