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... store in Brugge was a chocolate store, so of course I went into one to try some Belgian chocolates. The woman working there told me that the minimum was about 8 pieces...no problem! They were delicious. The only two I wasn't a fan of was an orange chocolate and a chocolate with violet ganache filling. It was such a weird taste!
We went back to the apartment after Brugge. Something really cool about Brussels is their "Old Market," which is the longest strip of bars ...
... and English!
We had read a lot about safety in Brussels because the Brussels Midi Station is supposed to be bad for crime and the area that our hotel is in is a bit further from downtown and in a 'bad neighbourhood.' There were a few guys hanging around looking suspicious, but I think as long as you aren't an idiot normally you are fine i.e. flashing money around or leaving your bad unattended. We had no problems walking 20 mins to our hotel to ...
... I was living 500 years ago I'd I have probably lived in one!! Anyway, they are all still very quiet and picturesque places to be.
I had to leave my car in a local car park which involved driving the owner around the block so he could show me where it was. I think he was a bit disconcerted about being in a car without a steering wheel in front of him! Although, he did say he was thinking of getting a skoda Octavia so he was having a good look at it ...
... the village is open till late (or early, depending on how you would define 06:00).
A word of advice: As Bruxelles has a lot of museums, and some are bound to float someone's boat, keep in mind that pretty much all museums are closed on Mondays. And thus we missed on the Comic strip museum, and instead opted for walking around the historic centre, and indeed its outskirts, and check out some of the roughly 50 frescoes decorating the area. The ...
... just a couple blocks. But it wasn’t a bad walk and we could see the transformation of the city as we walked. One minute we were near old town squares and palaces, and the next moment you feel like you are in NYC with tall modern buildings and business men going to work. It’s quite the bustling city as well! Eventually we made it to the huge park. The Parc and Palais du Cinquantenaire were built for the Golden ...