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... at first I thought it might have been one of the films someone was watching. Becoming irritating, it carried on and on; this time I was really awake and knew there was a cat somewhere. In front of me I saw this French guy lift up a box from the floor and start cleaning it out. Taking everything inside and giving it to his wife, he pulled out a ginger cat and started to clear away its smelly faeces. At this point I was ready to leave the aircraft, I stuck ...
... a fun club to spend the night. To our disappointment we were unable to find any real clubs or exciting bars in Antwerp despite its reputation for having a very large alternative night life. Throughout the night we bar hopped through the city and eventually found our way back to the hostel.
The next day I didn't wake until 1pm, my cold had developed into a painful head cold and I felt as if I wouldn't be able to lift my head for the entire day. Eventually I was ...
... and stamped our seat reservations. This time the conductor (who was French) took our ticket, looked at them then, looked back at both Suzanne and I, and then scowling said "I should shoot you"... I looked back at him smiling, thinking he was joking with us about something, but in a deadly serious tone, he repeated, "you should be shot" Realising he was obviously not joking and was upset about something, I asked him what was wrong and he said in poor French English, ...
... as in Paris.
Evy was at great pains to make sure we sampled all that was special in Belgium, but decided she must be our worst couch surfing host yet, having sent us to the sculpture park when it was closed! Not at all. She introduced us to so much, took us to so many places, provided us with a very comfortable home for four days and the company of her flatmates: Marjo a lawyer, Caterina training for drama teaching and Evy herself a doctor wanting to train in pediatrics.
... in Germany, apparently. Another great moment was while boarding the train in Düsseldorf: another grumpy German woman was in the middle of some type of tirade as she alighted the train, rambling off a bunch of funny-sounding German (indeed, all German sounds funny) and then finishing with a "HALLO" as she saw us staring at her and waiting for her volcano to settle so we could board.
We had an excellent hearty winter lunch along the river, then found hot chocolate in ...