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In the final stage of our mini European adventure we advanced Antwerp, Belgium. Feeling very unwell after waking up with a cold as well as a killer hangover that Bridget was also experiencing, we were not feeling very motivated to endure the three stage train ride necessary to reach our destination.
Arriving in Antwerp just after midday, I was overwhelmed by the beauty surrounding us. The first thing we saw once touching ground in Antwerp was the magnificence of ...
... Christmas. Suzanne was surprised, but a little suspicious as to why we had a spare bed in our room when we checked in. The next day we foot slogged it around the centre of Brussels which is a very typical European city with cobble stoned roads in some of the older areas, Cathedrals, and Church's on every second corner, and restaurants every 20m where the maitre de's stand out front competing and attempting to coerce passer-byes into their restaurant, amusing to say the ...
... Hostel there were quite a few restaurants and bars, but as it was late, the first place we went to didn't have any food. so we had to go on searching. We finally found an italian restaurant that wasn't really cheap, but it was pokay for us as we were really hungry. Then we came to the Center of the city and walked around on the "Grand Place" and got some Belgian Waffles. We went into a bar and had a cocktail before ...
... at the train station.
We had sussed out the train station for our trip to Brussels, so the
first attempt at Eurail has gone smoothly. We had to pay extra for
this train, but others will be free. Comfortable seats, large
viewing windows, table space and Wifi, except that it won't connect!
We need to research Belgium now. Saturday has been planned for
us, with Evy and her sister driving us to their home area. After
that Evy wants our ...
... but to take advantage. "Have a good time" has become "Pass it well" to reflect the Spanish ˇPásalo bien!
Christmas was uneventful and grey, defined by a long stint in a bar with internet, some old grumpy women barking about the bill, a walk around the city, and an attempt to Skype our parents in a Starbucks (which would henceforth be pronounced in the German way, "SCHtaaaarbucks") until the store unexpectedly closed at 6 pm or so. We then headed to the train station to ...