Floris Grand Place
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... It is a huge construction and one could spend considerable time exploring all its chapels. We only had time to get the two lifts to viewing platform.
The bus took us past various gardens, Chinese and Japanese pagodas finally getting us back about 1300hrs.
This gave us time to walk to the main square and spend sometime in Museum of Brussels
... 2 7931;伐克相似 65292;有较多的& #22823;、新高楼 与较多面积 ;的新区， 5;一点与中Þ 69;接近，不 687;其它欧洲 2269;家侧重于 26087;的历史文& #21270;。
There are more than 150 international organizations headquartered ...
... cooked warm waffles with chocolate sauce topping and the icing sprinkled over. It was ok...as long we ticked them off on list.
One of the buildings we visited was a "greenhouse" designed by an architect. I am not sure of his name. Inside the "greenhouse", is the coffee houses and chocolates.
After few hours in Brussels, we caught our plane to Oslo in a little plane. My seat assigned where I could see the wing above ...
... harmonica existed? Trust me- look it up. It's way cool.
We have been talking up the incredible Belgian frites to Anna, our local French fry aficionado. Last night we struck out but today found the perfect place for the perfect frites. Had mussels last night and they were good but not as good as the ones we had in Honfleur.
So we have checked all the boxes of what you need to do while in Brussels:
1. Eat frites
2. Eat ...
... us to our hotel, the Novotel off Grand Place. It was only around the corner from the station. The cobblestone paths gave our luggage wheels a good work out, clomp clomp clomp down the road! Must be a dead giveaway that tourists are in town. Our room was available and we got a complimentary upgrade to an executive room which was a nice surprise. After a quick freshen up we hit the streets as we had a few icons that we wanted to see before it got dark ...