I’ve been downsizing travel books this week. They’re some of the hardest to let go, maybe because I equate releasing a travel book with releasing the possibility of going back to a place I loved touring. This week I listed Rick Steves’ Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp and Ghent on Amazon and it sold by the next morning. I love it that someone is going.
In honor of releasing books, I’ll post some photos from our 2015 trip to Belgium. That’s October 2015, in the days of innocence BB, Before Bombing.
On the first morning there, we walked up to the Musical Instruments Museum.
Now that we’re here, we can go atop —
This Art Nouveau building was originally the “Old England” shops. It was designed by Paul Saintenoy, built in 1899.
There’s a restaurant up top. Sam had the crème brûlée, and I became a person who takes pictures of our food.
Here’s the picture we all took from atop the steps —
… and now it’s noon on a Wednesday, time for the next photo challenge. Why am I always late with the Weekly Photo Challenge?
More on the Weekly Photo Challenge: Atop
More on MIM, and panoramic photos of the interior