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We are booked on a later flight to Rome with Brussels Airlines (via Brussels) in the only seats remaining. So we are in Premium Economy for the first leg which includes "Fastlane" through security (awesome) and priority boarding.
I sent an email to our hotel in Rome to let them know about the delay and to change our airport transfer time.
Boarded on time - and we're on our ...
... we stored our suitcases (4 Euros) in the baggage storage area and determining that Antwerp had several trains per hour going to our next destination (Valvoode) and on to Brussels, we headed out to a couple of spots in Antwerp.
If yesterday was about Rembrandt, then today was about Rubens. We first walked to Rubens House. Rubens was a Flemish Baroque painter who lived from the late 1570s until 1640. He was an ...
... The food is superb-beef carpaccio, roasted vegetables salad, mushroom terrine and salmon for starters, followed by veal short ribs with mashed potatoes and asparagus and molten chocolate cake for dessert. The wine flows. Plus we are given paper toques blanches to wear or take home as souvenirs!
After lunch, we cross the border into Margraten, Holland to visit the Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial commemorating those soldiers ...
... P that had a cork screw and a bottle opener so we thought that was perfect. Well, as Hayley screwed the entire thing into the cork, we figured out that it wasn't going to work because the whole screw came right off Manny P! We debated for a while what to do and finally decided to go down to the bar with our bottles, one with a cork stuck in it, and ask for another opener. The bartender simply gave it to us which is not what we wanted considering we already messed up the ...
... about Europe has increased, but the EU is still the major trade partner with the US. Europe has a goal to be less dependent on Russian energy, as Russia becomes more assertive in its foreign policy. As the EU continues to enlarge east (gain more members), Russia continues to feel threatened by this growth. Russia benefits from disruption between US and EU like the recent Victoria Newberg comment.