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Back in downtown we checked out the Tintin shop and ate waffles at the Waffle Factory which had both savory and sweet styles and was very busy. Across the road the Manneken Pis was once again naked, but I was more interested in the Comic Strip train which is a series of cool wall murals with comic depictions. We found a couple before we caught the bus back to the hotel. A Metro day ticket for €6.50 is definitely worth ...
In the final stage of our mini European adventure we advanced Antwerp, Belgium. Feeling very unwell after waking up with a cold as well as a killer hangover that Bridget was also experiencing, we were not feeling very motivated to endure the three stage train ride necessary to reach our destination.
Arriving in Antwerp just after midday, I was overwhelmed by the beauty surrounding us. The first thing we saw once touching ground in Antwerp was the magnificence of ...
We came to Belgium to do two things: eat frites and waffles, and drink beer. We accomplished both of these within three hours. Brussels was a really cute city, but there wasn't much for us there outside of the aforementioned activities. While our evening was pleasant, our night was exactly the opposite. Our hotel, unbeknownst to us, had no air ...
... this entertainment for weeks - there are so
many to chose from.
If I was one of those to buy an I LOVE PARIS tee shirt it would be
because of the live performance experiences.
The rain didn't disappoint, with rain jackets needed as we trudged
to the metro! Toby asked us to spot the fashion garments of each
country - for streetwear I'd say quilted rain jackets of all styles
from voluminous ponchos to brief bomber jackets, from the ...
... book Rail Europe sends in the mail with your pass not only takes about 12 different keys to help you read it, you somehow have to figure out your own connections and it doesn't always list all of the time options! That’s fun. We hopped on a train from Dusseldorf to Koln (Cologne?) and then switched to go from Koln to Brussels. Once in Brussels, we stopped at the Tourist Information kiosk to book a room (this is the only city we ...