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So work is finally done for this trip and I have been reccomended to check out this beautiful town just 45min away from Brussels. And so I did, not a bad idea, except that the weather in Belgium in general is really unpredictable. One minute you get the sunshine, and the next, it is pouring! Hotel Asiris, my shelter for 2 nights. Good space because …
... to the station.
Had a quick look at the Blokker shop too.
Zoe was a bit anxious/grumpy to get to the station & train, so she could use computer to finish her essay. So we rushed back, took about 15 minutes. Then get our luggage & Zoe had to work out the train & tickets with the ticket person (another student?)
Thank goodness the station had lifts & escalators.
No-one was on ...
... to enjoy the sights….and some waffles. Walking around the city I passed by many street musicians playing the violin, cello, accordion, clarinet…..you name it. It was as if they were adding my very own soundtrack as I walked through the cobbled streets.
Oh yeah, cobbles…..and wheelie suitcases – not user friendly….and yup, pretty loud! ...
... had a strong flavor but didn't overpower the dish. I finally decided to have mayonnaise with my frites, and I thought it was delicious. Jonathan thinks it's gross and I can probably count on him not trying it this trip.
Next, laundry time. The best way to describe this experience is through our dialogue. It went something like this: "the clothes barely fit... Meh, it's fine." "Here put the coins in (8 euro, almost 10 ...
... the day by strolling in that direction. The first stop being the Basilica of the Holy Blood. This basilica claims to have some of the blood of Christ in a relic that they apparently show once per day (we did not stick around to see that though). The basilica itself has two chapels (the upper and lower). The lower chapel is medieval, while the upper chapel has been rebuilt in the 19th century. It was very interesting.
From there we walked through the Markt Square to the ...