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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 …
... to: chocolate, waffles, beer, Tintin and Hercule Poirot , as well as Grand Place and the statue of a peeing boy (who could forget that?).
After going out to get a library card at the nearest branch, I started off walking to the centre. It took me less than an hour, and that was with my dawdling and gawping at the neighbourhoods in Schaerbeek and Sint Josse ten Noode. The area between home and downtown is largely populated with immigrants, and the Polish ...
Today was an incredible improvement from yesterday in terms of feeling comfortable. I was able just to let go and actually do some good exploring today. And, it got me ready for my trip to Paris starting tomorrow. Only downside was the frigid cold air...it was 13 degree Fahrenheit but it felt like one degree Fahrenheit. But, I have thick skin from Chicago, so I sucked it up. Granted my face felt like it was falling off... it was still a great experience.
... there - she made the Lonely Planet book - our own little apartment - going to do some laundry there. And will need to check out the 25 bakeries in the area!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! Croissants here we come!! so off to see the canals - really looking forward to this - hoping to get a chance to have a ride on the canal boats. So untill then - cheers - oh have not found out the French for cheers!!! Salute???
... get crazy (minus the crazy bit). Talk about good timing. I find her sitting before the city museum, and before we’re hassled by anymore of the homeless people we’re away. First stop is the number one tourist attraction in Brussels. The tale begins with a small man discovering a massive array of explosives in town, the fuses sparking and running towards the gunpowder. With nothing in his pockets to douse the flame he thinks quickly to himself, drops his pants the piddles on ...