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Day 10 - Movin' On

A travel blog entry by lauzian

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Alarms sounding at an ungodly hour, we sleepily rolled out of bed to begin our journey to Belgium. After our last cheese buffet breakfast, we made our way to Amsterdam Centraal to catch our connecting train to Rotterdam Centraal. Once there, another train was to take us over the border to Antwerp, Belgium. This may sound like an ordeal, but these countries are ridiculously close together so the journey took only 2 hours in total, and through lovely Belgian countryside ...

Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder.....

A travel blog entry by wilbertine42

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... I felt so much better the next day. I got up and went to the train station to get my tickets to Cologne. They were more expensive than I anticipated, especially for such a short journey. I also pre booked my Zurich ticket which cost 100 euro.... it makes English trains look good value.

Now i'm not really one for museums or old churches, which was good really as there is little to see in Brussels. I had a little walk round and got some noodles and ...

Diamonds are Forever...Just not Their Museums

A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour-

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... offer.

From castle viewing we decided to continue braving the sleet and head up to the harbor which we were told was must see. On our way we accidentally passed through the red light district where the windows filled with women of the night (or in our case day) are literally lined with red lights. The harbor unfortunately wasn't that spectacular, but maybe it's because we've seen much larger ones in the states, or perhaps it's because we quickly left due to inclement ...

Brave New World

A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho

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Today was an incredible improvement from yesterday in terms of feeling comfortable. I was able just to let go and actually do some good exploring today. And, it got me ready for my trip to Paris starting tomorrow. Only downside was the frigid cold air...it was 13 degree Fahrenheit but it felt like one degree Fahrenheit. But, I have thick skin from Chicago, so I sucked it up. Granted my face felt like it was falling off... it was still a great experience.

I ...

Brussels: Chocolate, Waffles, and Peeing Boys

A travel blog entry by mlp5176

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... it was a little dreary when we were there, but it was still beautiful of course. We kept wandering through the city, stopping in every chocolate store we saw, just in case they offered a free piece. I’ve always loved chocolate, but I don’t know what has happened to me since I’ve come to Europe. I need chocolate all the time. My friend Jordyn and I run around sniffing out chocolate wherever we ...

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