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... the river runs through the city and there are no bridges, only tunnels. Driving tunnels, train tunnels and pedestrian tunnels. I think that is kind of interesting - the idea of walking under the river every day to get to work is novel.
One other thing - Antwerp is the diamond capital. We saw a small museum of sorts about the diamonds, but not tiara's - what's up with ...
... 2 hours with traffic jams or something holding them up.
When we got inside and Willie was introduced to us Stewart got stuck into some more beer and Nancy wine and they had chicken and chips for tea and then it was off to bed as they had to be up at 4am to go to the Airport in the morning but at nearly 11pm bed time i think we will all be a tad tired, so Good night all and chat soon be good and if you can't then think of us stuck in a bag.
cheers Taz and ...
... that flock to it. After walking around and taking photo's we decided to get to Belgium food so went and looked at all the little cafe's set up around the place and suddenly out of all the throngs of people and cafe's we spotted it and we went in and it was not so full so i thought wow this must be a dive if no one eats here, Nancy ordered what she and he wanted and we watched there on the spot as she killed the meat and put funny green stuff on it and we were outside on ...
... more Belgian beer and to meet the locals. This was fun. Every one is very friendly!!
The next morning we got on a train to Antwerp (only 50 minutes. Belgium is sooo tiny!) to meet Jade and Birgitte, two Belgian girls who we had met in Istanbul. They had agreed to meet us and show us around Antwerp for the day. We were lucky to have met such friendly people just before we would get there, especially because we hadn’t organized anything. We didn’t even know the ...
... first flash mobs I'd seen on youtube. This was the site of the famous Sound of Music Flash Mob. After a temporary stop at the tourist office to get a map and get pointed in the right direction, I was off to enjoy my day.
I didn't have any plans. I didn't even know how long I had planned to stay. All I knew was that the last train back to Brussels was just before midnight. As I walked out of ...