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... selling table cloths, pets and pet supplies etc to balance it out. After scoping
out the market we went for a coffee and got served to us with the coffee, a
small advocat with whipped cream, very nice, (the coffee was good too).
After that we went in search of a fabric house. Found it and
went in to browse. Well, talk about wonderful interior decorating, it ...
... between the spheres. The highest sphere gave you a 360 degree view of Brussels which was pretty impressive, even though it was only half as tall as the Eiffel Tower.
The place that I wanted to see the most in Brussels was called Grand Place. It is a square that is surrounded by old buildings and had a ton of places to eat. We managed to find it, but only after stumbling upon a Gay Pride celebration first. It was crazy, the amount of people in the ...
... what is would be like to be the beer that was brewed (an experience bettered by splashes of water, bubbles, fans and a disco ball). Then we did the traditional "probst" (cheers) and had some free beer and even got a couple free pairs of Heineken sunglasses. Some more falafels later we toured the Anne Frank house and saw where they hid for their few years there and we both thought it was much bigger than originally anticipated.
... On the way we stopped at a music shop and met an adorable little white dog who loved the sweat on us and didn't want to stop licking Blake's leg.
Back in the inner city, we went in search of a chocolate shop with non-dairy chocolates. Our second stop was a success. The woman behind the counter went and asked the chef and he gave us three chocolates to try. All were good, and I bought a box full. Some bitter truffles, some hazelnut Pralines, ...
... and then further on up. It was like being in Disneyland.
We walked up the main street of Antwerp admiring the grand buildings including a number that were quite old and also many new shops. It seems that this is a very affluent city and had been for many years. No sign of a recession in Antwerp.
Our first stop was the Antwerp Cathedral built between 1350 and 1520. It is the largest cathedral in Belgium. The walls and ...