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... there was no hold ups or anything which she said was most unusual. We arrived at her place and met with her Partner Willie and he had prepared some chicken and chips for tea so after a good day and a perfect night it was bed time, and that is our Day in Antwerp, good night all and enjoy your slumber when you go.
Cheers Stewart and Nancy.
Hello All Tis i Taz the devil,
Well this was a BIG day i am sure we walked to the moon and back, Stewart ...
... to cross, just a short run from one train door to the next.
Safely aboard our last train of the day, we quickly crossed the border into Luxembourg and started noticing landmarks we recognized. We pulled into the main Luxembourg City train station a little bit late, but still in perfect time to catch the 3:05 p.m. 100 bus home to Larochette. Not the easy trip we were expecting, but with a happy ending.
... all kinds of goods. We finally had to stop at one of the sidewalk cafes for a drink. My cold beer went down way to easy, especially in the hot sun. We had a good laugh watching a group of Chassids take a horse drawn carriage ride. All the men were on the open top, and the women on the bottom inside. All dressed in the black finest.
Belgium is known for many things, ...
... we took a city tour and went to see the Atomium and other city sights. The tour ended at a chocolate factory where we ate delicious samples and watched a short (not impressive) demonstration of making and cooling chocolate. The chocolates were quite interesting as they were not filled with creams but rather had various spices added to them- pepper, curie and lavender were just a few examples. Amazingly they were actually quite ...
... Norway and was just stopping over for one night on her way to Amsterdam.
This morning (June 1), we woke up at 8:30. We got dressed and, again, headed to the Grand Place. Once there, we found a small cafe and ordered Belgian waffles. Tina had one with fresh fruit & maple syrup; I had one with chocolate and powdered sugar. VERY yummy! They are a lot lighter and airy-er than American waffles. Crispier too.
On the way to the Mannekin ...