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Belgium with baby

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My husband will be working in France this summer, and I plan on meeting him there and traveling to Belgium for four or five days in July. We will be traveling with a three month old. We plan on staying in Bruges and perhaps seeing Brussels and Ghent from there. We don't anticipate being too ambitious, just wandering around, checking out the towns and enjoying meals. We won't have a car and will travel by train. I was wondering if anyone had advice about things to see and do that would be baby-friendly. Are the beer houses kid-friendly? Any child-friendly hotels or B&Bs and restaurants you can recommend? Also I know that Europe tends to be a bit more progressive than the U.S., so is it safe to assume that nursing in public (albeit discreetly) would be OK? This will be our third child (the other two will be at home), so we know what to expect in terms of what the baby's needs will be. Thanks in advance for the advice.

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