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... him a few times on our little train tour. Arthur loved being on the train, especially standing and looking up out of the windows.
Afternoon tea was none other than Belgian waffles (with variations of chocolate/nutella/strawberries and cream) before heading back to Brussels. In the evening we met up with a friend of Ian's for a drink in a famous pub that I think had 2000+ different types of beer! Ian's friend took us to a ...
... then stick in hot milk. It melts slowly as you mix it in, and it's incredibly delicious, so I had to have one. I continued on and then turned up the Wapper, a little street that used to be a canal back in the 1500s but has since been paved over. There stands the house of one P. P. Rubens, of art history fame. I bought my ticket and took my guidebook, and started going for the tour. The house was almost entirely destroyed during WWII (sad ...
... to go through customs, so we truly are undocumented workers now! Our next move was to find our way to our hostel, a task I thought simple beforehand but quickly proved otherwise. We bought train tickets (yes mom our credit cards worked) and went to the station. Too stubborn to ask which train to board we foolishly let two trains go by without knowing those would have dropped us off where we wanted. At least we learned that lesson early enough. After riding the train for like ...
... to turn it off. We landed late in Brussels, but getting through customs was easy. Even getting to the gate was easy, and boarding even easier. Not too many people on the plane yet, a few familiar faces, including the whiny child that was on the previous flight, but now we're in the same row. I'm on the other side of the plane, but that shrieking child is now in view. Now, I don't know much about kids, or parenting, but this kid clearly looks ...
... as the historical art gallery is closed until 2017. The new gallery building is amazing, with interesting shapes and colours, standing in the middle of the old port area. The exhibitions themselves were a disappointment – a floor of work by the masters held only a few works from the old art gallery, and there was very little information about the works that were displayed, or Antwerp's historical context. One floor with an exhibition 'Display ...
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