As I last posted, Erin and I were in Brussels last weekend. Before we went we had a plan that we were going to see no more than two sights on the Saturday and maybe probably only one, which would be the antiques market on the Sunday. This was because we didn't want to tire Erin out too much as when she went back to home she had to travel to Cardiff for a four day conference.
This is what we ended up doing. And not on my encouragement - I was happy to get my book out in a few of the coffee shops/bars.
Drop our stuff off at the hotel
walked around the Grote Market
Through the Town Hall square
Ate at Au Suisse
Walked passed the Royal Residence
Mooched around the park opposite
Ambled towards the Triumphal Arch
And slumped on to the Metro back to the hotel.
After a little sleep we went to Sablon Square for a mosey around the expensive art shops, chocolatiers which looked like jewellers, and ate a hearty meal.
We walked a lot - here's proof.
Sunday was all about breakfast bread, croissants, the antiques market and buying a few keep sakes. We also went in a toy shop, which Erin struggled to get me out of, just after lunch, before leaving for home. A great weekend.