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... in Antwerp. It is now closed but I walked through to the walkway above the harbour and sat outside in the (intermittent) sun at a bistro on the Scheldt for a hot drink and snack.
I wandered along the Scheldt looking for Sint Annatunnel to get to the opposite side but came across a group of Belgian men out on a Bucks celebration. The groom-to-be was wearing a bright yellow chicken ...
... just wasn’t a whole lot opened. We finally found a place. I had a waffle (which was to die for) and Jer had a salad and sandwich looking thing (he thought he was getting quiche). Because we had gotten up so early to catch our train, I was feeling exhausted, so we headed back to the hostel and I had a little nap.
Our hostel room was kind of interesting. We had an ensuite bathroom, but you wouldn’t know it on first glimpse. The doors leading to ...
... two days in Amsterdam we boarded a flight to Budapest, Hungary. Our hostel was the icing on the cake, private room and shower never looked better, so we freshened up and hit the town for some dinner. The following day was less cold, thanks to the thermals, so we went for a long walk around the city. Over the chain bridge we made our way to Castle Hill for the fantastic views over the city and its amazing ...
... trip to Brugge, I decided to spend my last night in Brussels at the local Irish Pub to watch the UEFA Champions League Final between FC Bayern Munich and Chelsea FC. I actually had made up my mind early on not to bother watching this match since my Real Madrid failed lost in the semi-finals against Bayern Munich. And truthfully, watching these two teams play didn't really interest me all that much. However, I just wanted to be around a lively atmosphere, so to the pub ...
... Butterfly Palace as it is in the shape of a butterfly. By the time we got there (about a 2km walk from where we were) we were completely soaked. The sight and its enormity was magnificent. We stayed inside to warm up a bit while I looked around the main hall. Afterwards, we caught a tram to the City-centre where we went to a Brasserie and had some nice De Koninck (local beer) and zucchini soup. (And then we came home to ...
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