So our adventure started at London Heathrow - Terminal 5
James with his cousins
me and Jame on the plane
Our hotel - which was lovely
and round the corner from the European Parliament
Having brunch a local cafe
On the Saturday, we took a train to Brugge (yes it is spelt like this) and the crowd were just what we expected, which just added to the enjoyment of being there.
Stopping for lunch - I just had to have a large beer !!!
Now which is the right way - lol x
Do any of the UK readers remember C&A back in the day !!! couldn't believe it still going strong in Belgium.
Love the look of the roof tops around the square (Brugge)
James enjoying a wraffle !
Back in Brussels - on the hour from 5pm to 11pm they have a fantastic light and music show at the Grand Palace, it was truly magical and one I want to see again !
On the Sunday morning, we got a taxi back into Brussels and the taxi driver was good enough to stop so that I could take a photo of the Palace.
James at the famous Manniquin Pis statue in Brussels. It only a small statue but the whole area was crowded and worth seeing a local attraction.
We had a fab time and wanted to spend longer. The Christmas market is very similar to the large one that is here in Birmingham, UK, there are a few different stalls but they seems to have exactly the same products in both. It was a lovely experience and Brussels is definitely a place I want to visit again.
I trying to get my blog posts unto date before the end of the year, so expect a few over the coming week.
Thanks for stopping by.