Euro Flashback #2

Wake up in our host's home. Yves was awesome. He has (had) the sweetest loft near the heart of Brussels. This is what we did one day while there. October 1, 2007. Coffee and bread to wake up.

This was our first stop on the mainland of Europe. We had left NYC less than 10 days prior, but we had already amassed a good amount of dirty laundry. We had another coffee while washing our clothes.

After all that junk was done we left the house to buy goods to make lunch at the market.

Lunch at the skatepark.


After I was good and sweaty we went sightseeing.

The St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral.

Galerie du Roi.

Beenhouwersstraat/Rue des Bouchers

Hanging out in Grand Place.

Beer o'clock at the famous Mort Subite.

Beautiful, old, smoky. Although now I think the smoking ban has been enacted.

Good beers. A gueuze and a faro.

Then the long walk up the hills to Le Bier Circus for more beer.

Sofia and her little buddy.

Does the good stuff ever stop in this town? No.

Then to dinner at Arcadi Cafe. It was recommended by Yves. Good food, cheap. He was right.

And the beers we had with our meal.

Back to Grand Place.

But it was way too wet. Uh what now. Oh let's get a beer.

Delirium Cafe. Hard to find, but worth it.

Delirium beers of course.

One more to finish the night off right.

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