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... statue of Everard 't Serclaes (supposedly it brings good luck), we strolled around the plaza, reading history from our Rick Steve's printouts. As we were about to leave the plaza, we were diverted by a joyous marching band playing "When the Saints Come Marching In." Old men and women, wearing what looked like church clergy robes and large medallions paraded past us. Near the end of the parade, after the clergy-looking men were already past, we saw a ...
... the Botanical gardens, Royal Park and palace, and enjoyed a cold drink (not a beer for once!) in the quiet respite of the gardens of the Belvue Museum. We caught the glass elevator from the panoramic views of the Palais de justice down to another funky district. This is Brussels!
Despite having seen the Atomium from afar, on our last day in the city, we had to take a trip out to view it up close and try to get a photo to match my friend Fee (Miss Feeinawati!) who has a ...
... not $1200. Even in “boring” Brussels, there are heaps of museums and it’s the birthplace of several influential art nouveau architects and artists. Since I arrived, I’ve been to the Netherlands (twice), Luxembourg, Germany (twice) and all over Flanders and Wallonia. I’m going to Switzerland and will be going to London in 2014, and have vague ideas for short trips to France, Austria, Hungary and possibly ...
... 1.00pm, so we still had to
stay awake until that night, to help accustomize ourselves to the local
turns out that we arrived on a Public Holiday (a four-day weekend holiday) – we
had previously thought that the holiday was on the Saturday only. Naturally, a holiday in Europe is celebrated
with markets, stalls, musicians, entertainers and of course, the customary
eating & drinking on the sidewalk cafes.
Did we ...
... us had taken, and now we had a completely different plan than we had originally thought! Neither of us know much about Belgium but we up for the adventure! We got to Brussels this morning at 930 belgian time, booked our hostel, validated our train passes, and successfully navigated the train, metro, and streets of Belgium to our hostel. Now it's time to shower and explore Brussels, which literally smells like waffles everywhere... I don't hate it! Hasta la ...