Our first full day in Brussels turned into quite a success. It was nice to not rush anywhere or worry about filling up the parking meter or driving all day. The only determined activity was jazz and drinks at La Brocante - an iconic, old Brussels beer bar with a decent breakfast and lunch menu and fairly extensive beer list, long on Geuze and Kriek. Sara waited for a table to open as I went to draw cash from the ATM down the street - long line, getting longer by the minute. I returned to Sara drinking a Saison Dupont. A moderate wind passed through the patio drenched in sun carrying spritz of rain drops from somewhere far away. It was faint but enough for most everyone to look confused towards the bright sky blue. We sat in wicker chairs sewed in a Parisian inspired shape - not surprising for a city speaking French first. A gypsy jazz ensemble strung together from different corners of the street into a band of sorts for the hour.