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... no need for a piece of over proof carbon, talk about a tight wad but hell he is a dork. after a nice lunch we went past this statue thing and he made Nancy kiss it hand ewww it was ugly as but who are we to compare, then we went into this really cool building it was full of this bloke hanging around on a cross and had all sorts of wonderful people looking after him and then the penny dropped this was the one and only JC wow never saw him painted in so many ways ...
... store established in the late 1800s. The museum holds more than 7,000 instruments from all over the world and includes listening points to hear the instruments being played, an exhibit showing how pianos are constructed and local folk instruments.
I attended a Sunday afternoon concert at the Bozar, formerly named Palais des Beaux-Arts. It turned out to be student musicians collaborating ...
... took the tube (Piccadilly Line) to our hostel, which is called Generator and is more like college than a hotel.
Seriously, this place has dorm rooms, communal bathrooms (like every hostel), but also a BIG bar (which has bumping music like a club), pool tables, club lighting, a poker table, drink specials....I'm sitting here in the bar writing this as we speak..... they also have a restaurant for breakfast (free) and a computer room with cushy couches. ...
After breakfast we had a guided bus tour of Antwerp, Belgium. It has quite a mixture of architecture with the older part looking much like Amsterdam. Antwerp has passed a law allowing people to tear out the inside of old buildings and modernize however they like as long as the facade remains true to the original building. The city is doing this with several building that they are turning into museums. I ...
It's pretty wild that the hardest part
of my day is getting up, looking at a map of Europe, a place I've
never been to, and figuring out where we want to go, and how we plan
on getting there. I've quickly realized that travelling over here is
not the easiest thing to do, and most definitely not a walk in the
park, but it sure makes you enjoy it when you reach your destination.
The scenery so far on this ...