12 May 2009

MY WORLD - A little walk through Waterloo

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A little walk through Waterloo is also part of my world especially when the weather is nice and the sun is shining.


On the terrace of the restaurant or better "Brasserie" called " Les six colonnes" (the 6 columns) people enjoy their meal or just a glass of wine or beer.


If you like Belgian chocolate there are enough stores too


We still have some little vegetable shops which are also selling other stuff, if you don't like to go into a supermarket for your shopping


Another Café or pub, where in the evening you can try your talent as a singer with Karaoke


All very old houses dating from the Waterloo battle time, have been transformed to shops or offices. When I moved to Waterloo 33 years ago, there were still people living in them.


Should you get hungry during your little walk, there is a typical "Friterie" stand where you can buy a bag of belgian "french" fries. (French fries were invented in Belgium !)


The main street was very busy as usual

Another Pub/Brasserie in an old farmhouse, which is called "La Pomme" (the apple) They make very good Hamburgers.


Just in front is the very modern office parc


On my way back this restaurant "Moules à Gogo" (Mussels as you wish) is specialized in mussels as the name says, but they also have other things.



The residential area before I arrived home again


EastCoastLife said...

That's a lovely little walk you brought me. I like the relaxing and quiet town atmosphere. I can't wait to visit you. :)

Mar said...

Lovely walk, Gattina, Waaterloo has certainly a lot to offer! (besides clouds and chocolates...just kidding!)

Marites said...

it's really a nice walk, your neighborhood looks so quaint, clean and peaceful.

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Guy D said...

Thanks so much for the tour of Waterloo, looks like a fantastic place.

Have a great week!
Regina In Pictures

Wolynski said...

My, who knew Waterloo was this pretty... 33 years, huh?

Shionge said...

Thank you for a lovely tour and yes, can never get enough of chocolates ;D

Hootin' Anni said...

Did someone mention Belgian Chocolates? Oh be still my heart!!!!!

Thank you kindly for dropping by and leaving your comment wishing Bud and me a happy anniversary. It meant a lot to me, truly. Happy Tuesday.

Mariposa said...

I love quite towns. We live 4Km (2.5 miles) from the downtown. We're lucky that the house we live in is far from the main road. So in a way we are spared from traffic noise and pollution ;-)

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diane said...

Thanks for the tour around your town. It looks a really nice place. Lots of restaurants and chocolate.

erin said...

waterloo is a lovely town, very lovely. and i enjoyed your tour of the many places to grab a bite to eat and the markets and such.
thanks for sharing with us and i hope you have a wonderful evening.

Melli said...

I LOVED taking this little walk with you! You can not even begin to imagine how BORING a walk through MY neighborhood is! Or even if I drove to town and walked through the town... all very boring!

bluedreamer27 said...

that place seems so interesting huh
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Dr.John said...

It does have a lot to offer. But I think it must be wonderful to walk through an area filled with history.

Arija said...

A lovely presentation of your town. I am so glad that supermarkets have not spoiled all of Europe. The little corner store is not only more convenient but also a personal interaction between the regular patrons.
Lovely with all the eating ou possibilities and delightful gardens in the residential area.

Puss-in-Boots said...

What a pretty place Waterloo is, Gattina, and the beautiful old buildings. I love the old architecture. I also like the sound of the cafes and pubs you showed us...especially Mussels as you Go. As for Belgian chocolate...I'm drooling!

Jenn said...

Enjoyed the walk through. Love the neighborhood too! And yeah, the main road looks REALLY REALLY busy! :-)

Happily Retired Gal said...

Thanks for the colorful photo tour through Waterloo.
Hugs and blessings,