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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... The church houses four works by Rubens who was a local lad [along with Van Dyk]. The church was built from the taxes on the people and they continue the theme today by requiring visitors to pay an entry fee. That mumble aside, it is truly an impressive building.
... this railway station is extraordinarily beautiful. We won't mention the monstrosity of ugliness opposite it, in the Raddison Hotel (I think our B&B owner was kind in referring to it as 'Futuristic' in his walking instructions to the B&B).
Our B&B called Alegria is run by Rob and John who are two Belgians who have done an amazing job here. Only two rooms available in total, but the room itself and the detail with everything ...
In total about 20 people succeeded to enter the terrain and 483 persons got arrested. Everyone was free before the end of the day. At the same time at the main entrance of the NATO headquarters a support action took place.
More info about the action: http://www.vredesactie.be/item.php?id=3 13
... we tried to pack up as much as possible as to avoid having to rush the next morning. Our original plan was to try to get out early to get to Buckingham Palace and take pictures while it was still relatively empty. Most nights so far I have been very tired (not unexpectedly) and have had difficulty staying awake later in order to blog. We have been out for 10 hours a day or more, and walking for much of that time, so this makes for exhausting days.
... Angkor Wat, Battambang are just one of the few places where we'll leave our "ecological" footprint.
We hardly booked any accomodation, so Typhoon Megi can take us wherever she wants ha ha
Yeah yeah JosÚ, my inflatable sheep…hmmm boat is already packed !!
After twice being in India I'm quite curious to see how a life looks like a bit more east; ...