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Advice on Brussels -chocolate tours and museums

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Leaving for a trip to Brussels and France in just a few weeks. Will be in staying in Brussels 4 nights. Note - this can't be changed due to business meeting of DH, so don't bother telling me why I should stay in Bruges or spend more time in France. My questions are about things to do in Brussels.

I'd like to do a chocolate tour. I've seen two online. Does anyone know which is better or what the difference is? Or do you know of another similar or better tour? Do I need to reserve this in advance? Here are the links.
http://www.brussels-belgium-travel-guide.com/belgian-chocolate-tours.html
http://www.viator.com/tours/Brussels/Brussels-Chocolate-Walking-Tour-and-Workshop/d458-5071WALKING

I would also like advice on which of the following museums has reasonable English explanations. I'm afraid my French is too old to be very useful. Also, if there's another non-art museum that that you would recommend, please let me know.

Musical Instruments Museum www.mim.be/fr/
Jewish Museum http://www.new.mjb-jmb.org/
Royal Armed Forces and Military History Museum http://www.klm-mra.be/
Royal Museum for Central Africa http://www.africamuseum.be/home
Museum of the City of Brussels http://www.brussels.be/artdet.cfm/4202

Thanks in advance for your advice.

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