I had lunch at the Market, then spent the rest of the day wandering around the city. It's a very pretty city, and I especially liked it at night. The winter markets all came alive. The stores were all open very late, and in the central square there was a light and music show. I had a traditional Belge dinner in one of the restaurant-filled alleys that surround the central square. It was a three-course meal of croquettes, waterzooi (a buttery stew with chicken), dessert (caramel flan) and a beer- all for about the same price as a typical one-course meal with smaller portions in Amsterdam. I watched the light show and went through the Christmas markets before heading back to the hotel.