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I only had 1.50 euro in my pocket so the first order of business there was to find an ATM. The one at the station didn't work. I tried another at a bank and no luck. Finally, 'Ing' with the big lion had a machine and it ...
... superb. To give you an idea of the type of shop we were in, the average price
for an armchair would have been €8,950.00. I kid you not. From there we went to
the De Wit Tapestry workshop for a tour. Very very interesting. Great to have the
techniques they used and still use explained, and then demonstrated on a loom.
Also included in the tour was an ...
... was along walk and I was very impressed with the fairy that joined us. They were long cobble stone roads, and bridges made of slats of wood with many places for the fairy to, either loose her shoe r her footing. But she kept on for half the way, until she started to become to slow for the group. Then off with the heels it was and bare foot bandit the rest of the way! We walked past many old buildings and many horse pulled carriages taking tourist around ...
... and aluminum tubes, and reaches a height of 102 metres. Time did not permit us to enter & enjoy the view from the top sphere or the interactive exhibits etc.. Next time ..
Last but not least a meal in the famous inner city "Drug Opera" tavern/ restaurant.
Seated next to an upstairs window , appreciating the view outside and the inteior decor..Xmas is well catered for here.. our meal & drinks finished off the Brussels ...
... except that the keys to the place we were staying that night were also in the now absent bag too. Thankfully we had met a really nice guy who worked at Cafe Bizon, Arnie, who offered us his apartment to stay in that night. Thanks Arnie the Lifesaver!
We didn't get back there till 3am though, so the next day was spent in yesterdays clothes, walking around Brussels with both guitars and no-where to go until 7pm that night. That was the only time the lady who ...