B&B Atelier 20
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Well after a lovely night in a B&B in Ghent we headed into the city of Antwerp, This again is a beautiful old city but was more beautiful than Ghent in the fact that Antwerp was the Diamond capital of the world this is where all the diamonds are bought and sold and just trying to get into a store is a security nightmare on its own. We again arrive on the outskirts and have a walk around this area as there is a street here known for its Art Nouveau ...
... to arrive at Liege 20 minutes late. Still, what could we do? This was the train we needed, and at worst, we reasoned, there would be a later train from Namur to Arlon. We waited as patiently as possible. Luckily, there was a pair of escalators on our platform, so Bryn and Sage rode up and down, up and down, up and down.
The train to Namur pulled in about 15 minutes late, and everyone boarded quickly. ...
... for a wander but just grabbed some traditional french fries. French Fries originated in Belgium so it was a traditional Belgian snack! They were called french fries by the American soldiers as they heard the people eating them speaking French. Here in Antwerp they speak Dutch but I am getting by well with English when I remember not to use my bad Italian hello and ...
... a very nice man from Portugal named Pedro. The three of us went off on the town that evening, doing the equivelant of bar-hopping here in the states. Let me tell you guys, the beer is the best part of Belgium, and they live up to their expectations. I've tried fruity beers, cheese beers, ginger beers, the king of beers and a dozen others. Delish
I have yet to try the infamous Belgian waffle, but it will be taken care of, ...
... hostel (SleepWell Youth Hostel), which was just a few blocks off the Grand Place (the main square in Brussels).
The hostel was very nice - very big. We were in room 210, which had two bunks (four beds). There was one lady (mid 30s) already in the room; she was from Morocco and was doing a month-long internship or something. The other bed was empty.
Tina and I showered and then headed out. We walked into the Grand Place and took some ...