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... world -about 60 bars in the world. On top of that, these bars never close. They'll stay open until 5 serving alcohol and then stay open for other purposes. We had to pass that area every time we went back to the apartment.
We made some dinner and hung out for a while and then decided to go check out the bar scene with Kathleen. The bars in Brussels are way more causal than those of Barcelona, where people mostly hang out and casually drink. The particular bar that ...
... our bags.
It was still pretty early in the day so we decided to see the sights and caught a bus into downtown. It didn't take long for us to wind the streets into the heart of Brussels and we got off immediately at the Manneken Pis statue which is a little boy weeing. He is pretty much the mascot of the city having been around for 400 odd years although it got stolen over the years. The thing is only 2 foot tall, but draws a large crowd. We got ...
... the size of the boot (noticing the bottles of alcohol I had stashed in it). Once we arrived back at the B&B I then had to join the 80 year old Belgian couple also staying when in reality I wanted to go to sleep, but I was offered beer (and I don't think he believed me when I said I didn't drink...) and had to make small talk with the elderly. The man used to be a pilot but was also quite patronising when I said I was going to get the train to Brussels the ...
... chosen to make these murals all uses what the Belgians call the ninth art form. Comics.
And so, in between checking out yet another cathedral, some towns squares with statues of dead kings riding on horses and of course Manneken Pis**, we got to appreciate the murals of such artists as Greg, Morris, Uderzo, Franquin and of course Hergé. And a long time was spent writing postcards, some of which had more lame jokes than others.
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... of the Belgian independence in 1880. Only the side exhibitions were finished by that time and the central arch (modeled after the Arc de Triomphe in Paris) was finished in 1905. The exhibitions run in a large semi-circle from the arch, large columns all the way across. It’s quite a grand structure.
Back in the middle of Brussels (via metro this time and not foot!), we went to get a Belgian waffle. Walking ...