Holiday Inn Brussels Airport
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... Mystic then home for a chill. We never seem to get two really sunny days in a row (the hardship!) so true to form, it was cloudy and a bit chilly. So we read, pottered and guitarred with a spot of lunch. More pottering then an early dins of vile chilli con carne (not our creation, out of a tin... never again unless it's trusty Stag!) We packed up the bits we could so we are more sorted for the morning and can get off relatively swiftly.... Holland here we come! And so to ...
... I was like uh what are you doing? As I learned that greeting people with a kiss on the cheek is an European cultural tendency, similar with the Americans greet each other with a handshake or even a hug. Hugging as a form of greeting in Europe is considered inappropriate, unless you are really close with or dating that person. Made a new friend. She's 27, and she is an immigrant from Congo. We had a long conversation in Belgian-French sign ...
... meal we booked at B-eat. It's a room set up like a night club with a DJ and lighting while we have a meal by a well looked upon chef. We get a glass of wine as we enter and find a table to stand at with a few others. the music is super loud and it's dark with laser lighting. The first dish to come is raw fish with a firm white flesh, it was ok but different. The 2nd dish was again raw fish or seafood but nothing I could identify as it's a bit dark ...
... it out to us, then backtracked to where they were actually going. Very sweet of them to go out of their way for us. Our hotel is a block from the big main square and across the street for Planete Chocolat. Which, come to think of it, we never visited. Fools. Anyway, the little old man at the desk was very sweet and once we'd dropped our stuff and changed, we headed out. It was about 9:30 at this point, so getting dark. First, we went to see Manneken Pis, the famous fountain of ...
... we wanted to it. Once again we learned a lot about the differences in Belgian chocolate compared to other countries' and the different beans used and whatnot. I definitely have OD'd on chocolate and don't want any for awhile after this tour! After the tour we had some more famous frites and went back to pick up different treats for the folks at home. Then...a waffle. Belgian waffles at home aren't even close to a true Belgian waffle. They do hold a place in my ...