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... de Bruxelles, a nice little park that once you walk through, arrives at the Belgian Parliament. Clearly, this is the little area to be for Belgian politics.
Turn down the Rue Royale and make my way to Notre-Dame du Sablon Church, a Gothic church with incredible stain glass. Maybe its cause the church instead was so dark, but the stain glass seemed to be incredibly bright, some of the best stain glass work I have seen in a ...
... for coordinates and we were off.
-Made it to the Grand Place and snapped a pic. Toured the many side streets and ended up at a Chinese restaurant. Noodles were good and we were off to see the Palace. After a few course corrections by the locals we made it there and snapped a pic.
-home to the hotel for Internet and ...
... we hopped on the metro and headed over to the Parlementarium. Yes, I spelled that correctly. Attached to the offices of the European Union, it’s a free, interactive multimedia museum about the European Parliament and the formation of the European Union. As Ben says: "It was kinda weird. It was kinda like, 'EU, yeah!’, but in a subtle way because it’s the EU and they can’t get excited about anything. What was a little weird ...
... a site about an hour away. I could hardly breathe I had so many things to say/catch up on with them. It was a great day and I loved the city. I'd compare it to a European mini Chicago.
Sunday we headed to Bruges, Belgium - a quaint Venice/Germany-like town. We took a boat tour around the city and bought our first Belgian chocolate. I'll have to try some more for the Belgian chocolate fame to redeem itself because I wasn't too impressed ;). We spent ...
... the Antwerp Cathedral where the two previously mentioned art pieces plus Mary's Assumption (Ascension) into Heaven by Rubens are housed. Beautiful cathedral. Wonderful art inside. Cost 12 Euros. Yea, they charge to get into the church.
Then we headed to the restaurant area and had a pizza in an Italian restaurant. Very good, or we were hungry...or maybe a little of both!
Then we walked back to the beautiful ...