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... to spell it ) Cards for their 'brother.' All the towns junk was on sale but apparently no food. Eventually I found a quiche, and ordered with my fluent, rolling french, (and a lot of pointing). As always, my 'Merci' was impeccable.
It was here that Chris tried out a public toilet, only to find that it was cleaning as he was in there. He came out with his pants
The scenery is either really pretty, with little villages etc, ...
... just a few miles north of the boundary between Belgium's
language communities--French in the south, Dutch in the North.
Historically a Dutch-speaking city, it has seen a ...
... posing for a picture with the creepiest street performer I've ever seen. They also believe dragons live behind the old, wooden doors leading into part of the Grand Place. It's interesting to see the city through the eyes of kiddos. Mike drove today to France for the week for work. We're planning trips to the Aquarium and Natural History Museum. I'm sure there will be stops at the chocolate shops too with ...
... Very charged and nice atmosphere. We then walked to the CeBeBeDe - its an acronym for a long french musuem - but one fully dedicated to comic strips. Brussels is the land were Smurfs were discovered and Tin Tin story written, asterix, snoopy are amongst the many other comics that are from belgium. The museum has many things dedicated to Tin Tin and Smurfs as well as others. Then walked over to St. Huperts - the oldest shopping mall ...
... me a plate instead of both of us. He finally understood the word "sharing." It worked out. We also learned about tipping from Wendy and Chris last night. I was thinking the usual 15-20 percent like in the US. No, said Chris. The expectation is that if it's good service, just round up to the nearest Euro or maybe add one more. Sure doesn't fit with my way of tipping, but when in Rome, or Brussels, or whatever...you know what ...