Hotel Saint Nicolas
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Hot chocolate in Galeries Saint-Hubert before a final pass through Grand Place. A simulated wedding at the Town Hall, with the characters waving from the balcony before parading off through the city. Wove our way through a narrow laneway that was a solid mass of (french) restaurants.
While waiting at the railway station, heard burning rubber, reving engines and ...
... corner bakery. This was by far the best, most decadent waffle that either Bree or I has ever tasted. While the waffle is still hot they cover it in pearl sugar so it kind of caramelizes and then of course they can top it with whatever you like. While it is the same shape as the ones you can have for breakfast this was much more of a dessert item and boy was it delicious!
Our next stop was a Belgian Beer Café that I had read ...
... boy peeing into a fountain. No, really. Supposedly he represents the freedom and joie de vivre of living in Brussels...go figure!
We certainly enjoyed our stay in Brussels, and it would be so unlike Gigi if there weren't more foodie pictures, so here they are! We will miss the fresh, hot and crispy waffles topped with fresh fruit and chocolate syrup that ...
... bewonderen. Dag 13: 17 september Tijdens de laatste dag bezoeken we de wijnlanden in de buurt van Stellenbosch, Paarl en Franschhoek. We ...
... the most noticeable example (because of all the tourists), there are smaller things that add to Brussels’s quirky charm: we found a Smurf store, for example, where Johnny bought a Smurf rain jacket. Stuff like that makes the city really fun.
A quirky setting for a quirky story, Brussels set the scene for an interesting weekend starting from before we even got to the city. Our train was delayed by more than two hours, which is a little more ...