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Where to go from Brussels?

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We found very inexpensive reward tickets from US - Brussels. Have been to Belgium a lot, my grandparents used to live in Antwerp. Will be taking 10 day trip with DD (23). We don't want to rent a car, so need to rely on train, bus, or other airfare. Assuming we start in Brussels, where else should we go in mid September? We have spent a lot of time in big cities and was thinking of taking fast train to Avignon and spend some time in Provence and Cote d'Azur?

We love to eat, speak passable French, love culture, arts, museums. Any other suggestions? We can't do a lot of walking (I am slightly walking challenged), but very comfortable with public transportation. Thanks Fodorites in advance for your help!

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