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... below ground level or running through forest. Still, a very comfortable way to travel. Main impression of Germany on the flight in and reinforced on the train trip was the amount a forests throughout the country, the closeness of the towns to one another and crazy speeds that they drive on the autobahns.
The station at Liege was another modern masterpiece. Huge arches and lots of glass. The ...
... in Europe (as of 1958). That might lead some of you to think that it was slow, but actually, it was a quick ride. They light the tube above the elevator car and have a glass ceiling so you can watch as you go up. The top globe offers panoramic views of the city. Then, for the rest of the tour you take the elevator back to the ground floor and ride escalators or take stairs to the various other ...
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We meandered around for hours, (if he wasn't with us it would have made it longer, so we gained lots in a short time frame).
Actually lots to see from what we gathered…..interesting.
Yann popped us on the train to Amsterdam… (shortish train ride, pleasant enough trip).
Let the fun begin….AMSTERDAM! ...
... ladies who spoke no English and between us Al and I managed to work out most of the French/Dutch. Still this did not really help alot. We end up walking through a park and then find a tram stop where i ask again to about thee different people at once, one ignores me one shakes their head like they dont understand me but an unlikely third helps explains the tram goes there or you can go up and then right and then see it. But again we get lost. Finally we see it, but cant ...
... had come all the way inland to Antwerp. I spent a lot of the time boggled at just how poorly maintained Antwerp, and Belgium in general, seemed - the roads are full of potholes, the trams are grimey, the footpaths and gutters seem to have days worth of rubbish. Perhaps it's partly the air pollution's effect on the buildings too, but I can't think of anywhere first world I've ...
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