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We arrived in Brussels in the early afternoon on Saturday and after navigating a new train station (sometimes finding the exit is the hardest part) we hopped in a cab and headed for our hotel. After checking in (under heavy security since someone important from the EU was staying on our floor apparently) we decided to head for the famous square …
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... before breaking it into pieces. The thief & the smashed Manneken were apprehended, the former publically branded on the Grand-Place & sentenced to a life of forced labour, while the fragments of the latter were used to create the mould in which the present day Manneken was cast. One thing I do find amusing is the custom of a visiting VIP to donate a costume, & the little chap is regularly kitted ...
... us could read never mind speak French we went back inside to the ticket office and a thankfully very nice english speaking ticket woman told us there was a train in a couple of minutes going to Gare Centrale which is central station to me and you. Yes I will admit we did miss the stop and had to get off the train and get one back but we did get there! Haha! I warn everyone now who is going to Brussels at first we could not find ...
... roasted potatoes and vegetables. The best part? Dessert – crème brulee. It whetted our appetites for more dessert, and we headed out to Planète Chocolat, where we learned how chocolate is made. The master chocolatier was animated, funny, and had a lovely accent that had us hanging on his every word. His assistant passed around different chocolates for us to try, and Marcus helped him fill a mold full of chocolate ...