Now, two weeks later, G1 has specific memories of the Comic book museum which surprises me because he is usually the one all about the food, but he adores Tintin.
Later, we took the tram along this same trek to find heavier waffles with full service. And a walk to the lights of the Grand-Place and to do some “I Spy” hunts around the guild buildings’ facades. The tram ride back was simple and easy, but we weren’t able to find a ticket office so had to pay more on the tram. I did a Google search for travel info for Bruges and found the VisitBruges app to download to my phone. The wi-fi services on most of the adventures were non-existent and I had to do most of my work at the hotel after-the-fact. I was able to identify an Aldi super market grocery store nearby, but decided to abort the walk as the need for groceries was not so great. The second night was done.
Walk downhill most of the way to grand place to waffle stop on our way to Mannekin Pis. We found lace stores too. Spring in Brussels was beautiful. Along our adventures we found a WC in a fashion clothes mall a block away from the Grand Place.
Comic book museum had a who's who of Tintin.
Trees were trained to grow in boxes or in a complete strait line (espalier).
Parc de Brussels largest park in country was where we found the tram to/from Grand Place.