A really pleasant place, cobbled streets play havoc with your feet but well worth a visit, plenty of shops but very expensive saw in one gift shop they were selling one teabag for 1.5 euros!!! Tea must still be an expensive commodity over there, Wherever your walking look up, the architecture is fantastic. Not much evening entertainment other than eating, I've no doubt that most of the Restaurants serving a la carte serve some fantastic meals, we opted for a budget menu, 3 courses for around 30euros, p p which we could not complain about, we did go against advice once and eat in the square simply because we sit outside with heating on, the heat was nice but the food was rip off, but somebody has to use these places, to keep the square looking vibrant. Be warned though the Belgian Smiles soon turn if you complain about anything, no such thing as the customer being right.
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