Oups! It’s been a while … not because we planned it. After all we promised an energetic approach to April. But then real life got in between. Work travels. Easter with family. Sunny (but very cold!) days out. Overactive toddler. Overtired mum & dad.
Chocolate would be the natural answer. I am right there with you. But this year I decided it might be interesting to mix it up a bit for Easter. Here are 6 Easter chocolate (and more) creations to go bunny for in Brussels in 2017:
Sunny evenings are not so distant anymore … so where better to enjoy a cold Belgian beer, than on a sunny terrace? We share our favourite 6 Brussels beers bars to soak in the sun. Which one is yours?
Let me talk to you about Pinterest. First of all, I am addicted to it basically since it launched in 2010. Secondly, it’s a constant source of Monday coffee posts. Thirdly, it’s my go to for Brussels inspiration. Because let’s face it, no matter the many years we have been living in this city (and there have been many of
Meert is everything I love in one place – it is sophisticated and cozy at the same time; it is private but perfect for people watching; it is a heaven of pastels and perfectly executed treats!
When you love oysters and Carrefour invites you to discover where they supply their oysters from in Normandy, there is only one answer: oui! Despite the potential rain, the potential cold winds, the potential early morning. Nothing put me off from participating in such a unique discovery trip.
Wondering where to eat out in Brussels on St. Valentine’s? Well we have you covered. Our top 10 St. Valentine’s menus at Brussels restaurants we love. However, if you prefer the traditional box of chocolates for your Valentine, then check out our last year’s blog post.
Our monthly challenge continues and on a sunny Sunday we crossed town to go to Musée des Enfants – Children Museum in Brussels. This museum visit review will be a tale of two … posts. One, dedicated to the playground and another, to follow in a few years probably, on the actual museum. Why you ask?