Visiting Brussels

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  1. mattihp Registered User

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    So me and my girlfriend will visit Brussels late august.

    Our plan includes:

    Eating lots of fries
    The comic book museum and comic book walk
    Mini Europe
    Some really nice EBM music shops (a must in the city that spawned Front 242!)
    Seeing all the peeing statues
    Eating heaps of chocolate.

    Is there anything in Brussels that one should not miss?
    Any must know facts about how Brussels works?
    Is there any real game centers or other places with arcade games and maybe a skill crane or two?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    You already listed it but
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    Don't miss the original peeing statue

    Take the train out to visit Mini Europe and that Atonium thingamagig

    Chocolate is mandatory in Brussels
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    Fries are fine but eat the Belgian waffle. That good.

    If you're a drinking man check out the Delirium beer shop.

    It's a nice beautiful city.
     
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    Not a drinker, but waffles, chocolates and fries will be a given.
     
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    Us being big geeks.. are there arcades in Brussels? There are like none in Sweden..

    Found some second hand shops that have video games. Should be nice.
     

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