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... of the beginning of WW1 for Belgium and Antwerp. There was a maritime museum detailing the history of Antwerp docks and another one showing some of the works that the museum posses which are not on display but they showed how they were kept and also a lot of the exhibits are owned by individuals and also the maritime museum of great Britain have paintings there as well. The old castle used to be the museum and apparently a lot of people wanted it ...
... called Delerium, think I know why after seeing Logan leave there after only a few beers. Apart from the amazing Square and stocked pub, we will remember Brussels for charging us for everything! We had to pay for a map of the place!! And every toilet (even in fast food places) charged you to use it! I think this officially means we are getting old (as if we didn't already know it).
Back to Antwerp via train and tram for the night.
... clear up again, but no it went on for ages and I got totally soaked. Serves me right for not having gone back for a coat or an umbrella. It was pretty miserable in the rain and the grand place was pretty disappointing. I expected it to be much bigger, a bit like St Marks Square in Venice, but it was really small in comparison. The buildings were pretty but I think I was getting a bit jaded with seeing pretty Belgian buildings at this point.
So I thought ...
... in the Le Marais district. And as I exercised for the last time at my local gym, I bid adieu to the African custodian who was so excited to practice his Spanish with me. To me, that's what it was all about - leaving a mark in a city that has left a massive impression on me.
Public transport is top notch in Paris. The metro runs every 3-8 minutes. Unfortunately, they stop running at about midnight during the week, and ...
... hours, in pencil, with readings from the GPS to check that the ship continues on the previously set route. If there is deviation, a twiddle with a little knob on the controls has the ship moving back on course – no spinning of a big wooden wheel with spokes around its circumference.
The three of us passengers are agreed that the clocks moving forward by an hour a day is playing havoc with our body clocks, a consequence of which is a preponderance ...