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... are more restaurants, taverns, and shopping. In this city we also saw several streets performers from musicians to jugglers, all sharing their talents.
We walked through the Galleries Saint Hubert which were long covered walkways lined on both sides with high end shops selling clothes, jewelry, chocolates, shoes, specialty items and of course restaurants. This walkway led us in the direction of our next ...
... Bars - we will let our learned readers work out how many that was?
Day three we boarded the bus again as we had about an hour left on our 24 hour pass after about 2 hours we wandered through the old city and it was decided by the Captain that we should have lunch in the seafood restaurant area. The old adage of when in Brussels you must try mussels! We picked a restaurant, which in itself is a hard job to do because most restaurants offer the same menu ...
... fist bump Ganzer's shoulder
- Put a bubble in the sleeping bag and try and get inside by scratching but fail to get in
- Found the zip on the sleeping bag and thought it was my wallet, struggled trying to get my coins out
- Extended my arm to cast a fishing rod and woke up to my arms both extended in the position, waiting for a fish to bite
It wasn't a deep sleep, all my dreams were vivid and acted out, I remember only a few, normally the ones that involved ...
We checked out of the Hotel Akbert in Bruges and headed for the train. There were literally hordes of people exiting the train station, we had to push our way through and find the correct platform. A 50 min. Ride to Brussels and a taxi to our hotel, we appreciated a cup of coffee and then set off on foot to explore. We had a quick bite to eat In a little cafe nearby and then wandered down the broad avenue towards a tall monument. This turned out to be ...
... stare as long as we liked (until the museum closed); it was a fortunate and intimate twenty minutes.
The 'Swan', No. 9, Brussels Grand Place, rebuilt as a private residence in 1698, acquired by the Guild of Butchers in 1720, later became a cafe where a plaque on the wall says that Karl Marx held meetings of the German Workers' Party there. Since 1959, it has housed the venerable restaurant Maison de Cygne, our choice for our first dinner in Brussels. The food, atmosphere ...