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... Manneken Pis (The ******* Baby). A tiny little statue of a urinating baby. The most visited statue in Brussels, has a checkered history, and there is only speculation how it become such an important monument to the people of Brussels. Today he was dressed as a mountain climber. Apparently he has his own tailor whose job it is to design his outfits and he is dressed every couple of days. All his past outfits are housed in their own museum.
... the central square, Grote Markt (or Grand Place), immediately overawed by the grandeur of the town hall and other buildings around the square. I only stopped for a brief look at first though, as I wanted to take in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, particularly the Old Masters section.
I loved the museum, with works by Flemish artists from the 15th - 18th centuries. I wish I could have stayed longer, but I ...
... reasoning is that you need to be drunk in order to deal with the appalling driving conditions). I'm not really a fan of playing the "how many people can we stuff in a car?" game, but weighing the pros and cons, it seemed safer to stuff several Canadians in a sedan than it did to let one woman walk by herself. Safety in numbers - you don't want to risk being the gazelle that strays from the herd. We drop the gentleman off in front of his front ...
... decided to try my luck with that. “Could I have one return ticket
to Brugge please?” I asked the little old man at the ticket station. Beaming he
said “Of course you can!” and proceeded to take my $25 euros (ouch) and issue
me a ticket
Amazed at this country where people not only understand me immediately
but every transaction is so simple I sail downstairs to the platform where the
man had said to go and read the ...
... on it I'll enlighten you with some interesting points. Brewed by Belgian monks, the bottle has no label, and the supply is quite limited - with the monks only brewing a few hundred bottles at a time. To acquire this beer, you must be approved and have your license plates checked at the brewery. Following this, one must call 24 hours in advance to make the pick up. After all this effort, only 24 can be purchased at a time, with the beer itself retailing at $20 a bottle. If you were ...