Mercure Mechelen Ve
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... probably would've been ok as most places in Belgium take plastic, but I don't like to be without some cash. In Romania, it was very important!
Mechelen was cute, and they had a great market happening. I found the center ...
... the restoration and cleaning of
these ancient tapestries. After that, back to the barge for lunch, then
ventured out to try and see 2 Rubens. The first church was closed, but the 2nd
one open, so we went in and was enthralled.
Have to pack tonight for my trip to Eindhoven tomorrow. But
I am coming back to the barge on the 6th June.
... satisfied, spirits lifted and slightly ******. Not sure if this was due to the fact we were hungry or tired or both.
After lunch we grabbed our bags from the car and went to our hotel to check in. Room was good, settled in, had contact with the internet, and fell asleep until 17:15. Read some 'God is not Great' and showered then headed back out.
We headed in another direction of town and found a huge Cathedral and modern square. Some more impressive architecture and ...
... group of young boys probably about 14 who were busking doing soccer ball tricks to Gangman Style they were very clever and we watched them for a while, and tipped them for their fine efforts before heading off again.
A break back to the hotel to drop of Ron's acquisition of some new shoes for the Lido tomorrow night and we ended up watching Cirque d'Soliel the big decision is now where to go for dinner...we discovered a street full of ...
... and of course we did our bit in supporting local business.
Our trip to Brussels wouldn't have been complete without a comic strip tour of city. Feeling slightly dusty, Greg expertly navigated his old local hood and highlighted striking walls of comic strips, hidden in the nooks and cranny's of the streets. An intriguing way of bringing to life the city's well earned claim to fame for comic creation. Great stuff. ...