Brussels and Aachen, January 2020

First street out of Brussel-Zuid.
A typical open “place” on my way through the centre.
The flea market.
Things in Belgium are “royal” rather than “national”.
Churches come in both brick and stone in Brussels.
The Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert.
Inside Aksum, an agreeable café.
Keith Haring’s “Matrix”; he is big in Belgium. Almost all his pictures are untitled.
The weirdest piece in the exhibition at Bozar.
The exhibition poster.
A cunningly Brexit-themed ad.
Brussels window dressers go to greater lengths more often.
Some lovely antiquarian books.
The Grand Place lit up in Union Jack colours.
All the way around the Grand Place!
The musical entertainment for the evening seemed to be all Irish. (Spot the dancer!)
View from my AirBnB in Aachen.
The set of David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s “Lazarus”.

Last updated 2020/02/10