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At the intersection of the GR12 and the GR128 in Bruxelles, lies the Atomium.  It was built for the 1958 World’s Fair.

Nick is flying back to Bruxelles, Belgium next week.  We will reconnect with each other, and with the GR5.

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Into the city, we rode GR trails through some beautiful parks.

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We found a cafe in town to escape the rain and use the internet.  Beer, potage, rye bread, and a charcuterie plate for lunch.

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Red lines are GR trails.  Bruxelles is just off the map, south of Antwerpen.  There are a lot of route options in Belgium.  The GR5 is highlighted in bright yellow.  


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3 thoughts on “Bruxelles

  1. Gary says:

    Lael, it’s good to hear your adventure is getting back on track. I hope Nicholas is doing OK.

    When I see the photos I get even more excited about being there.

    We’re curious what the lunch cost you?

    • laelwilcox says:

      I don’t remember what it cost. It was cheap, but not as cheap as cooking by the lake! We needed internet to make travel arrangements that day and this was as great place to spend most of a day.

  2. klassie says:

    MISS you guys!! Just found out about your blogs! I am happy that I can stay in the happs.You two are so inspiring

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