We enjoyed a wonderful and huge breakfast buffet at our hotel, and took another nap after we went back upstairs - jet lag still. The we went out to explore Burg Square, going into the City Hall first and enjoying the ancient-looking setting and the magnificent murals and ceiling. There was a bride and groom emerging rom their wedding as we entered. Then we took a little passageway next door, which used to be a place where they locked the city at night, then crossed a canal to the old fish market, and made out way along a pretty canal to the Groeninge Museum where there is a marvelous collection of Flemish art, starting with the “Flemish Primitives” onus to the present. This “Primitives” were excellent, just learning about perspective, but they sure did have a handle on texture. Getting hungry, we never found the waffle shop we were looking for, but at a tea room which may have replaced it we enjoyed Belgian waffles with ice cream. A chocolate stop at the original Dumon location with grandma Dumond proved a real find. Walking back to our hotel we again went through Markt Square (not a misspelling) and back to our nearby hotel for a nap. Dinner that night at Pro Deo was great, with Flemish beef stew made with beer. Delicious, and in walking distance of our hotel.