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... from Platform 4. The sign came up on the platform for our train, all set to go. Then there was then an announcement over the PA in French or Flemish that the train was leaving from Platform 2. We did not understand it and noticed everyone moving away from 4, a quick check with one of the other passengers we also set off to platform 2. This had previously happened to us in Italy never mind, part of the fun in travelling. It was not long bwfore we were on our way to ...
... formally split into three language
regions—Dutch-speaking Flanders, French-speaking Wallonia and bilingual Brussels. During the 20th century the city has hosted various ...
... Basically, you know all of those tacky lawn fountains you see of a little boy peeing? Well, those are all replicas of the Mannekin Pis, which I guess is the original statue of a little boy peeing. I have no idea how these things get to be famous. But you turn a corner and then suddenly there’s a mass of tourists snapping photos and that’s how you know you’ve arrived. It’s a tiny statue, and something you’d ...
... 1pm and then went to meet Pete. We had originally planned on meeting for brunch, but he had some work to do and I was busy trying to organise the car, so it turned into a later lunch. I took all my bags from the hostel and met Pete at the Musical Instruments Museum. We didn’t actually see anything at the museum, but they have a nice rooftop terrace restaurant with a pretty good view of the city. I’ve been really lucky with the weather lately, so it ...
... alike. Every major Belgian creation had a wall devoted to him/her/it (some of the more significant ones had more than that), and another exhibit took visitors first through the history of comics and then step-by-step through the creative process, loaded with original scripts and artwork. Needless to say, I loved the place.
Ready to sit (and unwilling to engage in that activity without a beer in hand), we stopped by A La Mort Subite, a cafe that had ...