The way from Waterloo through Brussels if you don't take the motor way leads you through a beautiful park and wood.
When I approached the Hal, looking for a parking space, I saw a lot of people sitting on the terraces of restaurants and bars. It was unusually warm for November.
This is the Hal St. Géry, I took the picture another time, because it was impossible to take a picture yesterday with all these people around for the Vintage market.
The 3 floors of the hall was packed, I had a look on the different items which were sold, but to me it didn't look vintage at all, because I am a vintage girl and all these things on sale were certainly not from the 60th ! I rather would have called it "Flea Market" !
The cake and ice cream was not vintage of course. I didn't stay long inside, because I preferred to go out into the sunshine.
I walked over to "La Bourse" the ancient stock market, which today is an exposition hall.
to the Grand'Place
where I noticed that nearly all buildings had been cleaned and repainted and I had never seen them looking so new. The gold was sparkling in the sunshine.
I sat on a terrace and watched the crowd taking pictures or filming, and when it started to get cool I left and returned home.
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