Ambassador Suites Antwerp
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Ok I decided, as I've been here before, and it's next door so i can do it again, I wanted to push on up to northern Germany.
Randomly as I stopped and planned my route, as I was in Europe, I checked for some reason on how a certain female pro golfer I know was doing. Don't know why, but as luck would have it, she was playing in Antwerp, which could easily factor in to my route as I had to pass thru Holland.
... of the pinny yet again).
We were ready and out with several other boats waiting for the road bridge to open spot on 10am. We went through it and went though the first dock to our next road bridge where we had to wait yet again. Then into the big docks that went on for miles. We were travelling north and the traffic was very busy with big barges and ocean going ships about us, dredgers were working and sea going tugs were in dry dock for repairs as well ...
We set out early this morning to go see the Atomium. We had to switch from the bus to the metro and we managed to do it successfully yay! It's this huge structure that is supposed to represent an elementary iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. It was built for the World Fair in 1958 and was supposed to be temporary but it was so popular they kept it up. You first ride on an elevator to the top sphere to get a 360 view of the area. They you go back down and ...
... there was a place—and a good place too—for me if I am just myself. So even though you probably didn’t know I was going through that or that I needed help at all, thank you so much for helping me out Jessie! You are one of the best people I know, and I am so happy we are friends!
After Jessie left we went to see the Atomium, which is Brussels’s version of the Eiffel Tower. It is a giant statue in the shape of an Iron crystal, and it ...
... as Bruges and Gent, also not as picturesque.
The next day we made our way into Antwerp on the tram again then got the train to Brussels. The camper guide said it was almost impossible to stay in your camper van in Brussels, even on a camp site where you could pitch a tent, madness! So we thought the train would be best. We walked to a market, then on to the main centre. It was quite nice because we kind of rounded a corner ...