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Fall trip to The Netherlands and Belgium

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I have a fall trip (end of September to early October) shaping up kind of quickly. We are flying into Amsterdam for 5 nights, including one day trip to the Hague to see the Escher and Vermeer museums. Don't try to tell me there are other paintings in the Mauritshuis. ;-) I have spent a long time desiring Amsterdam, so am pretty sure about this part of the trip. But then we will take the Thalys train to Brussels. We have a family member living near by, so we will free load there a few days. LOL. I am reading up on Wallonia, but if anyone has any suggestions on things to see and do? From there, maybe back to medieval city life in Brugges. I understand that the cruise ship visitors may overwhelm them at times, but are they still calling in that part of Europe in October?

Art, history and medieval life,but also local foods and drink or anything unique. In answer to "What interests you?" Thank you!

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