The strret legal and foldable eScooter XCAPE in Brussles Belgium
A Weekend trip with the street legal and foldable eScooter XCAPE to Brussels – Day 2
The next morning, I woke up with full enthusiasm as I had many more places to capture in my camera. I checked that my XCAPE eScooter had got completely charged. It is good to know that within 4 hours XCAPE eScooter gets charged, which in turn saves a lot of time. Soon, I got ready for today’s Adventure.
To begin my day, I first visited Parc de Laken and the famous Royal Greenhouse. I comfortably carried my foldable XCAPE eScooter with me and took a stroll around the lush green parc. I love about exploring places is enjoying the local food available at every corner of the streets. This was possible only by XCAPE eScooter as I could stop it as per my will. I felt a sense of freedom while riding it and overall, it was a unique experience. I stopped at one restaurant to have breakfast. Next, I navigated to Mini Europe which is a great tourist attraction in Brussels. There are iconic buildings in Europe in this place which you can photograph.
Next, I continued my visit to Atomium which was built during the 1950s for World Fair. I parked my XCAPE eScooter at the defined parking area. I was glad to know that the fee was similar to what it is charged for a cycle. Atomium was a fascinating place for me as the structure is 100 meters tall and one can get a spectacular view of the city from the top. I also took a tour of the exhibition which takes place in the five spheres out of the nine.
Since I had wandered a lot, now was the time to relax and have lunch. There is a restaurant in Atomium at the top sphere which provides you a panoramic view of the city. I did not want to miss this experience so I quickly booked my place here.
Post lunch, I planned to visit flea markets. During Sunday’s these markets are quite noisy, but I could manage to travel around with my foldable XCAPE eScooter. For shopping lovers, this is a place to be and even you can get an idea of the local flavor of Brussels. Everything was available at a cheaper price and I bought a few items for myself.
After shopping, my next stop was a Roman Catholic Church turned into Cathedral where St. Michael and St. Gudula is being worshipped. Earlier, this church was used for royal weddings and even state funerals.
My last attraction for the day was National Basilica of the Sacred Heart at the skyline of Brussels. The predominant part of this church is green copper dome which is so huge that it can be seen from many parts of the city. In the world, this building is the largest in the category of the Art Deco Style.
I wanted to end my stay at Brussels with a glass of great Belgian Beer and second round of Belgian chocolate. Thus, once done I headed back to my hotel on XCAPE eScooter. I am glad to buy this scooter as it helped me visit so many places at once.
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