Enjoying a gyro in Greek alley
Playing in the park
On a canal tour of the city.
The Atomium in Brussels
We had read about the waffles, chocolate and mussels that Belgium is famous for before our trip but we were not prepared for what we would find. There were two or three chocolate shops on every street that we walked down. I am also pleased to say that Belgium chocolate is by far our favorite so far. We also had to resist the urge to purchase a waffle everyday that we were there. The cake like smell of waffles filled the streets and were quite hard to pass up.
After trying some of the areas specialties we decided to have dinner at a Moroccan restaurant.
On Easter Sunday we found a beautiful church that was holding a service in English. Phil and I thoroughly enjoyed the time of worship and feel so blessed to be able to worship with people from all over the world. It has also been really interesting to learn about the different ways that other countries celebrate different holidays. Just like in the States, in Belgium and Germany there are chocolate bunnies everywhere. Although, I must admit, I like the chocolate over here a little more.