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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... the locals going by and boys playing basketball then we walked back to the main square ' Groote' and had a pizza, which we shared! After we finished the devious pizza ( with prawns) this guy came up to speak to friends. The tables are very very close and he spoke for some time, with his bottom in my face! I tried to interrupt him, I was so tempted to hit him, it was not until Geoff returned and he spoke to him that he finally ...
... display, which paired nicely with the video we watched yesterday in Ghent's belfry on bell founding.
Our next stop was the Steen, with its statue of Antwerp's mischievous imp Lange Wapper out front (though my impression of it was a bit cruder than that). We wanted to hit the old printing house and museum, but got there too close to closing to make it worth paying to go in, so we contented ourselves with poking around the gift shop.
- Jet Airways, flight 230, leave 3:00am, arrive 7:50am
My last full day in Greece started with a bang. A thunderclap so loud it woke me up. No small feat, by the way. We couldn't even see the bow of the boat through the deluge. The good news is that my dinghy-mishap clothes were getting a tremendous fresh-water rinse. I probably should have joined them for a shower.
When the skies finally cleared, Francis bailed out and pumped up the dinghy (which seems to ...
... the brewing process. I am a very big Belgian Beer fanatic so this was certainly a memorable highlight of the trip for me. The Moortgat family began their brewing business over a century ago and has worked tirelessly to perfect it's usage of hops, yeast, and barley to generate a world renown top shelf beer. The tour guide within the brewery was very well educated and had walked us through the entire plant from ...