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When we arrive at the airport it turns out that Amsterdam Airport is closed due to bad weather.
As a consequence, all flights through Europe via Amsterdam (including ours) are cancelled.
Take a spot in the queue at the KLM ticket office and play the waiting game.
We were in the queue for an hour and a half and did not move.
It's not looking good!
But when we finally get to the desk - they have ...
... and too late to get on at this late date. OK, options?
She said a regular train (takes 30 min longer) leaves from track 5 in 4 minutes. We ran...suitcases in tow! We made it. Got there about 10:30. Antwerp train station has to be the most beautiful train station I have ever seen. I will download pics when I get home, but trust me, it is beautiful...almost cathedral like in its appearance. After finally getting ...
... the border between Holland and Belgium. The Chateau must be the only 17th c. castle that has a history, contemporary political relevance and one Michelin star. Peter the Great visited the chateau and so did the leaders of the EU countries. Peter came to inspect the gardens;in 1992, the European heads of state met and came up with the idea for the Euro. Both events are memorialized on the walls of the chateau caves where tables have been set up ...
... we did quite a bit of souvenir shopping and a lot of chocolate testing. We had a nice dinner at the Six Nations Rugby Pub and then we went home to get ready to go out. We found some cheap bottles of wine after searching the streets for a grocery store.. which obviously we stumbled upon the NEXT day when we didn't need it anymore. So when we opened our bottles of wine, we found out that they were corked. Of course! Did we have a cork screw? no.......YES! I had bought a statue ...
... today steps on a land mine and 1/3 of them are children.
We met with Bruno Lete, the German Marshall Fund, Senior Program Officer Foreign and Security Policy: "EU Foreign Policy: US/EU Relations". The Marshall fund was established by the US to help rebuild Germany after WWII. The leftover money has been rolled in to a fund. See pics below for early photos from Marshall fund works. After the 2008 Global Financial ...