If you are ever in Houthalen (the place in Belgian Limburg where I've been living for more than a year now), you should really come and see Frituur Rudy.
For those you not initiated in Belgian culinary customs, a 'frituur' is a kind of typical fast-food place where they sell Belgian fries (of course) and lots of other deep-fried snacks. There's nothing like it in the world. A British fish&chips stand comes close to the concept (but nowhere near the taste).
Frituur Rudy is famous in Houthalen and surrounding areas because the owner, Rudy (as you might have guessed), likes to decorate his business according to the season. And the end of the year seems to be his favourite period to go all-out on the assorted kitch, lights, Christmas trees, talking reindeer heads, automatic snow-globes, dancing Santa dolls, fake snow and much, much more.
He told me yesterday he worked three weeks on the current decorations. Oh, and he's been in the local paper and on local TV. And now you're on the WWW too, Rudy, thanks to the (low quality) video camera in my phone!