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... a historian, is simply depressing.
That said, I really did like Antwerp, nevermind that I ended up with a touch of heat exhaustion by late afternoon. Over the past four days, the temperature has gone from a low of 84 to a high of 92 with humidity at times of 80%. Even with a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen, there's only so much one can do when determined to be a tourist and tramp around a city. So while the day ended on a less than pleasant note, we had ...
... 1619 but honestly it's just a tiny statue of a young boy weeing! OMG, next was the best thing ever... what else do you do in Belgium but have a fresh Belgium waffle with strawberries, whipped cream, and hot chocolate sauce, Yum! Once devoured, we strolled over to Grand Place, very grand and Hotel de Ville. Looks like it was ...
Our journey to Europe commenced
with lift off from Brisbane International Airport on time at 1.40 pm. We flew Finnair but our first leg to
Singapore was with Qantas. On arrival at
Singapore we changed to Finnair who took us all the way to Munich.
I thought should I let you know
how our flights went, given that we changed planes twice on our 22.5 hour
flight (total travel time was 28.5 hours with stopovers) from Brisbane ...
... of this, everything in Brussels is written in both French and Flemish (their third official language is German), which you can see demonstrated on my Restobieres menu.
Another interesting fact about the Grand-Place is that its centerpiece, the Hotel de Ville, is completely asymmetrical. There are fewer columns on the right than the left and the door is off-center. The original Town Hall was just the left wing of the building, but after ...
... so if you make time for them, they will certainly make time for you. But you have to initiate the contact – you are the ‘odd one’ - they are a team – a team that will accept you but you have to go to them.
English is the language of the sea (and air come to that) so there is no problem communicating on board. The food isn’t special, but you won’t starve. Communication with the outside world also varies but rest ...