Floris Grand Place
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... told that I needed a Passport check – What!! There are no signs anywhere about this. So I quickly ran with all my luggage over to some random desk and waited a further 20 mins to have my passport checked.
I went back to the lady only to be told that check-in had now closed and I had to run upstairs to the gate and hope that they would let me luggage on. WTF!! Ryanair, how was this now my problem!
After leaving my ticket behind and having to run back, I ran ...
... the number of chocolate shops was out of control, on the street there were touristy ones and in the galleries the boutique and designer chocolate stores. All very nice to drool over. Belgium is also know for two other major delicacies, fried chips, and waffles. Belgium style fries are fried twice in beef fat.....yum. We did each have a waffle, with sugar only. Was very tasty, maybe one of the best. Since we had seen the majority of the "European" bus ...
... 8212;ideal for a mid-trip break.
La Grand-Place in Brussels is a remarkably homogeneous body of public and private buildings, dating mainly from the late 17th century. The architecture provides a vivid illustration ...
... Markt. At night it was just as beautiful as it was during the day, with lights illuminating the beautiful old buildings with a real glow. After having a little wander around and soaking it in, and not really needing any dinner after all that food and few beers earlier, I decided to have an earlyish night back in the hotel. And hope there were some early risers back home. I made the short walk back to the hotel, put on my PJs, and relaxed the night away on the bed. Day one Brussels, ...
... eastward, up the hill from whence SS troopers had stealthily infiltrated the village, the dozen houses of which were full of sleeping American soldiers. From the monument to those soldiers of the 75th, I walked up a road which appears on my father's war maps (I have 46 topo sheets of his, covering almost everywhere he was), about a km to a second plaque, this one marking a tree plantation in honor of the soldiers who fought to free Sadzot. ...