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... monument, a man throwing the severed hand of a giant, to denote the location the down would be founded, or so the story goes. We continued on, getting glimpses of a grand cathedral, to arrive at the oldest building in Antwerp, the Het Steen or 'The Rock,' by the river Schelde.
This small castle or fortess dates back to the 12th century. Between 1303 and 1827 it was used as a prison. Today, its just an impressive building ...
... sure we sat with our bags in sight! We had all heard mixed reviews on Brussels with some saying is an ugly city with not much to see or do. We have found the opposite. There are ‘Use-it’ maps made by young people which list lots of places to visit. Our first stop was to the top of a car-park, which gives 360 degree views of the city. It was built in in the 50’s and I don’t think the elevators have been maintained since then ...
... we brought her a croissant from the bakery. She gave us a tour of
her Deffletts German made camper. It was a well thought out floor
plan and we all know how well things are made in Germany.
It threatened rain again today and it
did sprinkle but, not enough for us to put on our rain gear. We
stopped at a bike shop outside of Antwerp and picked up a regional
map. Again, the folks in the store ...
... go. Others stay for a while, leave footprints in our hearts, and we are never ever the same. My experience in Paris was definitely something that only happens once in a lifetime.
My time may have been up in Paris, but it was only because it was time for me to begin a new chapter in my life.
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... then accidentally found ourselves in the red light district. That was interesting. It comprised two small streets with a wide walking path that separated glass window storefronts in which either mostly naked or semi-naked or simply lingerie clad women sat in chairs or sat chatting to one another or putting on makeup. Many of the windows were empty and we only walked down one of the streets. I found it disturbing, but Maya did not. It wasn't the women per se because ...