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... the river runs through the city and there are no bridges, only tunnels. Driving tunnels, train tunnels and pedestrian tunnels. I think that is kind of interesting - the idea of walking under the river every day to get to work is novel.
One other thing - Antwerp is the diamond capital. We saw a small museum of sorts about the diamonds, but not tiara's - what's up with ...
... Baz snickered and we had a bet that it would take the Aussie ages to discovered we were in a Gay bar, as we left Judy snickered and said to Stewart did you know we were sitting in a gay bar and he said yes especially after i had been to the toilet and found no doors on the loo's.
We caught a Cab back to the car and Judy said we would take about 2hours to get home well she was soooooooo wrong it took just over an hour and she was most amazed as usually it is ...
... by the Belgian government under the patrondom of King Leopold II for the 1880 National Exhibitioncommemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Belgian independence, and successive exhibitions which place in the same area, replacing previous ...
As I hand over my passport to the attendant I receive a “Is this your
first time in Morocco?”. I nod and the passport control guy smiles “Welcome to
Morocco!” and then stamps my passport loudly.
Okay so I was in. That was far too easy. I love countries where you
don’t need a visa.
This was the part I’d be worried about. When you first step through
those doors ...
... to my African Diaspora and the World knowledge, I questioned whether the effects of colonization and neo-colonization were ever taken into account by applicable European states. He eventually conceded, and agreed that it was a point, but I feel as though the European sentiments toward Africa are highly negative, especially due to immigration issues at hand. Just a thought.....
Anyhow, back to my more toursity feats. Brussels is actually a great place to go shopping, as ...