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... a stroll and some photos, it was time to farewell Klare and Vincent and continue tracks to Bruge. I'm going to stay with a circus person called Niels there, on a boat. When I was on the train I wrote the address and what not on a piece of paper because my phone was going flat. Lucky I did because it did. I got in about 7:30 and went to get the bus, but not knowing what number it was, I went to the info desk to get ...
... s Standard and the Men’s Latin were absolutely amazing.
Antwerp has been a very pleasant surprise and definitely one to include on your list if you are
venturing into Europe. If you do, however, make sure you pack an umbrella. One thing you can guarantee is that at some point of your visit, it will rain.
Tomorrow we leave Antwerp and head on to Milan to start our Italian Holiday. And so, on to Milan...
... is a copy.
I walked back down to the old town afterward with Barbara Brosh, who turns out to be Allie Brosh's aunt. Allie Brosh writes a hilarious website called Hyperbole and a Half, but she's been suffering from depression for well over a year so hasn't been keeping up the website. According to Barbara, she's doing well and is working on her book. She said she'll tell Allie she met a fan. :)
Barbara stopped at the hotel, and I went off ...
The group spent a lovely day in Antwerp today in a relaxing and informative follow-up to yesterday's lesson in the sometimes unforgiving Dutch fall weather. A local educator working in Antwerp led us into the cathedral and old town.
Christianity in Europe is responsible for much of the art admired by the Western world, but to what extent this productive tradition could have continued had the Protestant Reformation never occurred we can only imagine. ...
... the city and we found many interesting and beautiful things.
In the evening there was a contest on the Grand-Place where various marching orchestras perfomred. It was something nice to see, though we wouldn't have went to see it if we hadn't been on Grand-Place anyways.
After that we went to a bar for a drink and then back to the Hotel to spend a relaxed evening.
Other places to stay in Antwerp
Tolstraat 26, Antwerp | Hotelfrom $66