I visited the Royal Galleries, which was finished in 1905 that basically served as a walkway for King Leopold II to get from one area of the beach to another without getting rained on or his hair ruined by the wind. Now, it's a hotel. I also visited the peaceful Shin-Kai-Tei, a Japanese botanical garden, which had statues and fountains in the center of the city. The harbor had fun art and was stunning.
After a short rest due to some jet-lag, I had some pizza off the tourist beat, because for some reason, I was craving it. Mussels and seafood didn't seem like it would cut it this evening.
I can see why people like it here. The beach and promenade are beautiful, and it's a place to really relax and be near water. The more I walked around, the more I started liking it.
Off to bed soon. I am beat and likely will feel more tired tomorrow. Jet lag does that.
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