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... then stick in hot milk. It melts slowly as you mix it in, and it's incredibly delicious, so I had to have one. I continued on and then turned up the Wapper, a little street that used to be a canal back in the 1500s but has since been paved over. There stands the house of one P. P. Rubens, of art history fame. I bought my ticket and took my guidebook, and started going for the tour. The house was almost entirely destroyed during WWII (sad ...
... or what! A
"cornet” of Frittes (chips in a packet with an assortment of sauces available)
with a beer on a street table, followed by dinner in a food street crammed with
cafes, tables and people (a bit reminiscent of Lygon St of old, with the
hawkers trying to entice the tourists into their cafe)– we ate a fare of
traditional mussels (moule) with fritte, garlic snails and for drinks, fell
into the trap of ordering a nice sounding ...
... forever to find, but when we did we were ecstatic. Back to the ship we went. Everyone curled up in the boys room and we all watched a late night movie before yet another long day of traveling.
Okay, where do I even start with Amsterdam? We arrived at the train station around 2pm, not leaving much time to look around and find our hostel before it was dark. So we headed straight to the hostel to meet up with ...
... this point we had been awake for a full two days, but somehow we decided it was a good idea to make a trek back out towards Grand Place (the main square in Brussels) for dinner. The walk was much better now that Dan and Jared (definitely not Caroline) had a better sense of the city and we had ditched our heavy packs. After wandering by lots of outdoor eateries and bars, we decided to eat outside at a very authentic Brussels Thai ...
... and I said goodbye to Sharon and the crew in Bastogne, and we headed out on the 2.5 hour drive to Antwerp, Beligum. We have a hotel here for 3 nights. Luckily, it’s part of the same chain that we had just come from: Etap. So guess what. It’s the exact same set up with the don’t-mind-me-while-I-take-a-show er-8-inches-from-you kind of thing. Totes looking forward to another few mornings of that. Also, ...