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... Brussels has a lot of heritage!) and then I kept getting distracted and lost while trying to follow the different walking routes, so I eventually gave up and did my own thing. I’ll keep the maps and booklet for future exploration – even though I might not be able to go in all the buildings (some are usually closed to the public, or don’t always welcome transient looky-loos), I can at least march around at my leisure, hopefully ...
... station with a magnificent foyer which takes you back to the old Orient Express movies.
From there we went to Rubenhuis (house), where he set up his painting school/business. In this house he had his studio and trained his apprentices.
After this we had to have lunch, so there we were in the ...
... of my day.
Then we walked around the city some more, ate more chocolate and got more waffles. We also had to get our own cone of fries, I choose to get mine with ketchup even though the traditional choice is mayo. It's still an adjustment to get use to paying for ketchup but you have no choice. We decided to head back to Centraal around dinner time and find the train that would take us to our next stop...Brugge!
... nice, spoke English and
then offered us water from their cooler.
About 1:30 we stopped for lunch and
then proceeded towards St. Ann's Tunnel. The tunnel is a pedestrian
and cyclist tunnel that goes under the Schelde River. On the street
you get into this giant elevator that is about 15' sq.. It takes you
down 43 meters or about 130', the door opens and you are facing a
very cold, long ...
... If you order a coffee, the cafe views to produce the best munchy to go with it-we had everything from chocolates, to buns, to biscuits, to doughnuts-all free. Marvellous.
Of course, it is justly famous for itīs chocolate...so we became best customers for two weeks of a little shop near the cathedral. By the end the owner was giving us free samples. Donīt know how green that was, but didnīt care.
The diamond areais, of course, worth a gawp, just at the window displays. Wortha ...