De Drie Koningen
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... into the UK where they asked me heaps of questions compared to everyone else, as I had recently entered the UK on a student visa but was now wanting a travel visa. In Calais we got on a large ferry where we spent about an hour. We got some good as we knew dinner would be a long time. On the other side in Dover a different bus picked us up and drove us to London and dropped us at the Burns hotel where most people were ...
... change every two years). The world's largest bell drum is in the Belfry and was amazing to witness. David had to go to the bathroom, which cost 50 cents. Europeans...the only people that make you pay to take something they don't even want to keep.
The other buildings in and around the square were also just as impressive - the attention to detail and grandiose approach to the architecture is pretty amazing. More exploring around the city led us to ...
... Thankfully no one got drunk which made the ride back to the starting point of the tour uneventful.
For lunch we got pasta-in-a-box which, as the name indicates, is pasta in a takeaway box, like what you would get from an Asian food place. The pasta sauces were homemade, delicious, and you could get about half a kilo of the stuff for just €5! Chris was in carb heaven haha. Rach, Phil and I got waffles afterwards, but we were pretty disappointed by ...
... the North Sea. The first train was a high speed Thalys train that was continuing on to Paris, we had decided to purchase first class tickets because they were not that much more expensive and we like to be snobs. The train was fast and smooth and we got to Antwerp in about an hour.
The Antwerp station was pretty cool. The train platforms are on multi-levels, the Thalys came in on the lowest level ...
... the old market square) and the Burg (the old administrative square). The one activity we knew we wanted to do in Bruges was a canal boat cruise, and it was very enjoyable; despite being crammed into a boat with three dozen other people, it was romantic. The sun even came out for part of our ride. The best way to see the city seems to be from the water, but it's great from street level, too. After making sure to take our boat cruise and visit the ...