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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... arrived in Calais (after a very bumpy train journey) we started on our route to destination number one for the day – Bruges, Belgium. By this point my navigation and Jess’ driving had proven to be quite successful (this all changes later on in the day!).
Found a carpark in Bruges by accident and went for a stroll in the direction of the Old Market Square. Beautiful cobbled streets everywhere but I kept tripping up every ...
... the crusty nature of the roll I managed to get crumbs everywhere...all over the floor, my pants and copious amounts down my cleavage. I was like a breadbin ...... It was a crumby situation! Just as I started to eat the guard came to check our tickets. The train guards in Belgium wear funny little hats and it's hard to take them seriously, I shall try and find you a picture so you know what I mean. Anyway, this guard looked at out tickets then frogmarched us out of first ...
... the brewing process. I am a very big Belgian Beer fanatic so this was certainly a memorable highlight of the trip for me. The Moortgat family began their brewing business over a century ago and has worked tirelessly to perfect it's usage of hops, yeast, and barley to generate a world renown top shelf beer. The tour guide within the brewery was very well educated and had walked us through the entire plant from ...
... was warm and friendly. JC greeted us with a friendly smile and said "It's raining! .......Yes!.....Welcome to Belgium!"
JC and Bunny showed us around the heart of Brussels. The beautiful buildings around the Rathaus were all gilded and in the centre in front of the cathedral was a monstrosity built out of scaffolding that was covered in white material that was explained to us had the city up in arms. Every Christmas a huge Christmas tree is erected ...
... her, it was absolutely delicious, but so rich.
Then we went in search of the medieval street with big timber doors that Antwerp was famous for - Vlaeykensgang. Stopping at a few more chocolate stores along the way. After a bit of searching, and a lot of asking for its location, we found it - unfortunately they were doing restoration work on it, and we couldn’t go in. It really did seem like half of Europe was under construction. We got lost so ...
Other places to stay in Antwerp
Tolstraat 26, Antwerp | Hotelfrom $66