Bonding time. That's one thing we have plenty of here in Brussels. But we're interesting people in a city filled with interesting things, so it's okay that we spend every waking moment together.
It turns out that Andrew does origami. He even did a little story for us that involved lots of paper hats.
And we pulled out the cherub to do some pictures to send to my boss again. The cherub and Andrew in front of the Mannekin Pis!
Food in front of the Mannekin Pis! Apparently the little gummy version of the statue didn't taste very good (but the waffle was good).
Asian tourists in front of the Mannekin Pis!
Andrew and a giant, chocolate-colored replica of the Mannekin Pis!
Personally, I think I'd be mildly embarrassed to have the symbol of my city be an immortalized image of a urinating minor. But, to each his own.
We all posed for pictures with the beer museum sign, but we didn't go in. I mean, seriously, would five BYU students even appreciate anything about the history of beer? I think not.
We took pictures in Grande Place.
I found this awesome old cash register in the Godiva store in Grande Place. They also gave chocolate samples... mmm...
Some of the crazy merchandise we found. Crazy platform boots and wire sculptures! I actually wanted that lizard sculpture. His tail was all springy.
Probably the most interesting mall I've ever seen. The entire ceiling is latticed glass.
The guys and I walked around for a bit while Kira and Lindsey wandered off to look at something. I can't even remember what they were looking at...
Friday evening we went for our first glimpse of the outside of the Atomium. It's huge.
We also got a picture of the cherub and Andrew's dinosaur, Carl, in front of the Atomium.
And then we played around on the subway on the way home.
This crazy-shapes shot was taken as I rode the escalator up from the metro station stop on the way home. The colors were just too delightful to pass up.
It's great when you can answer this question by saying, "FIVE MINUTES AGO!"