Antwerp Dreams Bed & Breakfast
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... of the city's industries. Next we walked to Antwerp's biggest church which is named Cathedral of Our Lady with its 400 foot tall spire. Within the church are four paintings by Paul Rubens. Afterwards we spent an hour walking around the area, and then headed for dinner at Pasta & Vino. My dinner was fine, but Carolyn did not care for her fennel dish, so we had to stop at another restaurant on our way back to the barge for a salad. At 9 pm, we were back on the ...
... a few models (on a 1:25 scale) that were pretty impressive. Of course they had the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Brandenburger Tor and the Arc de Triumph, but they also had quite a few buildings from smaller countries that looked cool. I would definitely recommend coming here although the café looked a big overpriced.
We caught two trains back into the city centre and got out at the Bourse to eat pommes for lunch. We walked through the Grand Place again which had taken ...
... like Mannekin Pis on Rue de l'Étuve, then I'd feel the two hours of my life I spent to save for it wouldn't be worth it. Besides, he's got cuter outfits.
Walking the side streets in Brussels can be quite charming, how else are you going to work off all those fries? Tourists fill up only a smidgen of space in town, so a walk away from the center let's you experience what the city is all ...
... him to consider me.
The only other highlight was enjoying another pint of their local beer under the sun. This was truly a day I was hoping to have - one of seeing a new place, eating good food, enjoying a few drinks, people watching, getting lost without getting lost, and counting my blessings of how lucky I am to be doing this.
I ended up catching the 6pm train back to Brussels. After ...
... waffle, mine had strawberries and vanilla ice-cream, yummy! But then the heavens opened! It rained so hard we got completely soaked walking to Delirium, the bar that has the highest number of beers in the world: 2004! I tried a peach one then a cherry one. Nice!
Then we went to a sushi restaurant, where I had a miso soup (delicious!) to warm up.
We went back and the girls were so tired they went straight to sleep. Not much else to do but go to sleep too, so I did!