Sunday, April 5, 2015

Brussels, Belgium

Elder Robisons driver license was finally ready so I drove to Brussels and turned mine in.  He can drive now until I get my license back. Here you can turn in your Utah license for a Belgium one.  It takes about two months so I"ve been driving this winter.  Good thing it is flat here and we only had 2 snow storms and one night where the parking lot in Amsterdam was icy.  You can leagaly drive for 6 months on your Utah license.  This is a cool Clock.

Of course we had to have a Belgium waffle.

Elder Robisons new hat for 7.50 euro standing in front of Manneken Pis.

Sister Robison inside the inner courtyard of the city hall.

This is the Museum of the city where the famous wardrobe of Manneken Pis is housed.  They dress him up for all ocassions.  At Christmas he was dressed as Zwarte Pete.

This is the House of the Dukes of Brabant.  Lots of gold on it.

This is the Tailors house

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