Hello beautiful people!

Welcome to my travelling Tuesday segment ending with my last stop in Belgium. This segment was made possible by Expat Explore, where you can visit exquisite places with a budget. I had a great time and I hope you can make a trip there too.

I’m probably spelling it wrong, but the mannequin stature in Belgium.

Belgium is more than waffles

Yes, many people know Belgium as the place where the Belgium waffle originated. And it appears that Belgium knows that too! I say this because all around the town square that we stepped in; there was a waffle shop on every block. They are such a commodity equivalent to buying a slice of pizza in New York City for really cheap. Of course, since the waffle is such an ubiquitous treat, you know I had to have my own.

Belgium waffle from Belgium.

These were so tasty. They sell for one euro if you just want it plain, but if you want all of the fixings, it’s easily 10 euros extra. The above meal, (yum) was seven euros. It had whipped cream, strawberries and drizzled Nutella dressing (I’m salivating thinking about it).

It was simply delicious and I guzzled it down with a peach iced tea. Definitely something you need to get when you come to Belgium.

What are some things you can take as an artist going to Belgium?

Well, the architecture is exquisite. It’s wonderful to see buildings that were made before the United States of America was established. Just to think of the people that lived during that era was I believe less distracting than it is today. People had time to build things that took longer than a year and really because they took their time and of course technology was not as advanced as it today.

I believe as an artist, you should appreciate the sightings around you and sketch them when you can.

That’s it.

Yes people, that is the end of my 7 country trip in Europe for the travelling Tuesday segment.  I’m so glad that you were able to take the journey with me.

God bless you.

For the love of God and art!

Thru His vessel JB signature photo

Thru His vessel JB