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... time getting a feel of Antwerp and its charms.
The walk into the historic center from the train station is very direct, taking us along the main shopping road (not the most scenic, but it did give us the opportunity to see some statues and buy some fresh raspberries). Our first stop was the St. Carolus Barromeus Church, the facade of which is very baroque and therefore did not deserve a photograph. The interior is rather unique in my experience, with ...
... sounded like a great opportunity to experience the city. I decided that I would casually walk by and see if I liked the vibe before I committed. The event was a bunch of tables outside what looked like a random building/unused store front. Everyone's plate was filled with what looked like delicious food. As I was walking through, I was about to wimp out, but then some people at a table pointed for me to go inside and get free food. I heard ...
... over at
Singapore - the airport there is amazing.
It took us 15 mins just to get across the terminal from our landing gate
to our departure gate. Again the plane
left on time. We arrived at sunrise
(about 6.00 am) in Helsinki, Finland.
What an amazing touch down with snow everywhere. Yep first time to see actual snow! The city was covered in it and the runways
were cleared with snow ploughs. We had a
2 hour stop over - the airport ...
... I was angry. Got new tickets (3rd set) in a day, asked anyone who would speak to us until we finally figured it out. Left for Brussels at 6 pm and arrived there by 7:45 pm. Taxi to the hotel and a alate meal a shower and Karen was out in less than 3 minutes. Happy anniversary honey, 27 years and what a way to spend the day. There is hope for tomorrow though. But ...
... courtesy of the Chief Engineer and a fire drill this afternoon with a make believe fire and casualty in the engine room. We were observers for the main part but from the deck. We had first hand experience of the emergency generator being fired up (made by Caterpillar – it is about 2 metres high and 3 metres long, so a chunky bit of kit) and it makes quite a racket when you are standing beside it.
As you can see, we have had quite a day today ...