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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 ...
... moules de frite in a Danish blue cheese sauce. Wicked! After a final stroll around the town, stopping at every Chocolatier along the way and only buying 5 truffles, we topped the day off with another Belgian waffle! This time - strawberries and chanticlair cream. Dream.
Perfect end to a mint first day.
Onwards and upwards. We've opted for a slightly later start tomorrow to prepare for Amsterdam as its pride weekend. Busiest of the year. God help us.
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... once we were in the air they either laughed or slept in their little
dropdown capsules. Thank goodness for
I am continually amazed how
pilots can set these great big machines down so gently! Really when you think about it, it shouldn't
be possible! Our plane from Singapore to Helsinki had nose and undercarriage
cameras, so we watched it touch down on the runway. A bit scary but awesome at the same time!
We had a 4 ...
... the village is open till late (or early, depending on how you would define 06:00).
A word of advice: As Bruxelles has a lot of museums, and some are bound to float someone's boat, keep in mind that pretty much all museums are closed on Mondays. And thus we missed on the Comic strip museum, and instead opted for walking around the historic centre, and indeed its outskirts, and check out some of the roughly 50 frescoes decorating the area. The ...
... of something else. I have just come down from the bridge of a 75,000 tonne container ship making its way along the English Channel at night (time now 23.45) – it is a starry night, the lights of Britain and France clearly visible along with the lights of all the shipping round about us. It is an awesome experience and one that is difficult to quantify. I can’t think of anything comparable.
We had a comprehensive tour of the engine room ...