Mercure Brussels Airport
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... no patterns or kits, haberdashery and very exclusive general fabrics and laces. When I inquired about other possible shops the answer was that there was one in Antwerp. I was able to tell him it was no longer there. Sorry team, no show and tell when I get back. Magda bought a Quiltmania magazine for me - in French ! Went to the 'Mini-Europe' park. 1:25 replicas of the major buildings in each ...
... never thought I’d say that) because it’s so much better to visit a place when you know what it is you are looking at, whether that be the history or the architecture.
Then we all met up for lunch and decided we just wanted to walk around and try and find a place while we were going. We ended up getting more fries and waffles at this point and got to see the Mannekken Pis, which is a peeing boy statue, which has got to be the weirdest statue for a city ...
... finished with us.
50 minutes with the very efficient Belgium train service saw us arrive in the Belgium capital of Brussels. The station took some negotiating, but after some information board consulting we found a suitable exit and were soon dragging our carryon bags ( wheeled ) bouncing down the cobbled pathways of the Rue de Midi towards our first port of call the Bedford Hotel and Congress Centre ( very Belgium sounding !! ). The grand entrance greeted us and I was tempted ...
... saying "do people really believe if you cut an inch of one end of the blanket, sew it on the other end that you get a longer blanket" Maybe Saskatchewan has it right.
It is 5:45 and the phone in front of us, yes it's attached to a person, just beeped as we crossed The Belgium border. It is 6:00 and we have arrived in Brussels. Our hotel is across the street so we avoid the traffic and get into our room.
... opted for heading back to the apartment, chocolates in hand (another Belgian must), until we were ready to go out to dinner. Dinner itself was a great find. A high-end set-menu restaurant. The food was absolutely amazing. I've never had lightly breaded and fried chrysanthemum leaves before, but I would definitely get it again.
All in all, Brussels has gotten off to a good start.