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We all started the day with a walking tour of Antwerp with a local guide. It was really cold and windy today—I was so glad that I ended up packing my ski jacket. It wasn't quite as charming as Maastricht but at the end of the walk, they treated us to chocolates! We then boarded buses and were taken to the Red Star Line Museum, a sort of Ellis Island Museum in reverse. We only ...
... of a diamond. The area was beautiful. Again there were chocolate stores and clothes boutiques like the other towns we visited. Duvel was one of my favorite things we got to do. The tour of the brewery was awesome! Being able to see the wall of ingredients was very cool! The fact that the company tries to be ecofriendly by reusing bottles to sell their beer. The owner of the ...
... that it was 11pm at night and had
people wandering around in long cloaks, some women completely covered. I
checked and there was no WIFI so there went that plan or figuring out my next
route. I sank back into the chair and realised that it was a bad idea trying to
go anywhere tonight because I didn’t want to arrive in an unfamiliar city in
the middle of the night so I would try to sleep there tonight and then worry
about tomorrow when it arrived.
... a network of bridges and dikes. We had a short stop by one of Holland’s seadikes to admire the work and to stretch our legs, and another short stop in Zeeland's capital, Middelburg to find Lange Jan church.
From then on, on the way to Rotterdam, we were vigilantly looking for Hotels, as this leg was also not prebooked in order to leave flexibility in our schedule. Around 5:30 we found some sort of lodge-looking place, but it turned out to be some ...
... in Italy.
We headed down town for dinner, and while not quite making it down down we made it to a nice little strip of cafes, mostly a mix of Asian flavours. Now I say Asian flavours as the restaurants said Thai on the front but I'm pretty sure that they were Cambodian. We couldn't decide between two restaurants that were side by side when a guy walked out and said. "doesn't matter owned by the same family." So we sat down in the table ...
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