Hotel de Fierlant
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... but we ended up just being like “non merci, non merci” and pushing past. Then we went to a Galler Chocolate shop and got to taste some chocolate for free (ok one piece), but it was still fantastic. After that we walked around the shopping district just looking around and found this little alleyway theatre with old brick and graffiti and took some classic “boy band” straight faced pictures which was fun and funny looking at everyone’s faces ...
... Inevitably at one point during the day we got lost ( maps are not always helpful or decipherable ), being a male I did my best to take the situation in hand and triumphantly get us back on track but in truth I had no clue, Angela of course just went up to the commando on the corner. Looking like a left over from a Sylvester Stallone movie, resplendent in full army style weaponry and wearing a belt that Batman would be proud of, he was standing guard outside the Belgium Parliament, ...
... far; but hey only for 2 nights so we can do it … - and we did … just.
So with Gerty parked at the campsite we trekked off to the bus stop (about 3 countries away) for the bus/metro trip to Brussels. We got out of the metro station at the EU headquarters … hmmm, interesting but not impressive and then went into the centre (or centrum as it’s called in nearly all European cities) of the city. After a feed ...
... good! The next day we woke up and headed out to Grand Place where we grabbed coffee and croissants and enjoyed the scenery. From there we went to visit the Statue of Mannekin Pis (surprisingly tiny) and the five chocolate shops that lined the street. (We do not regret any of our purchases). We then headed to the train station to head to Brugge. Best part of Belgium? Definitely the ...
... 1960's. This was most definitely a different sort of experience, very interesting though and not something a local guide would tell you about. It these type of things you experience that make travelling worthwhile!
After our little adventure in his house it was time to head back to the train after a huge day exploring Brugge.
Belgium was a great place to experience especially as we hadn't experience this country on the tour. ...