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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... a good thing,
as looking out the window we could see the wings were covered in ice. Not really conducive to safe flight! However they had a solution to this - we went
through a plane wash on our way to take off - yep trucks came out with big
sprays on them and washed the wings and tail down with antifreeze, definitely
not something we need to worry about in Australia!
The flight from Helsinki to
Munich was the shortest leg of our ...
... Europe, not Britain.
As the end of my trip nears, the time approaches with a jumble of thoughts and emotions in my head. I am looking forward to going home – about that there is no doubt, but as I looked out from the bridge this morning at the gently nodding bow, with the clouds scurrying across a rain swept sky, and a hint of brightness several miles over on the starboard bow, with the grey sea all around for as far as the eye can see, I know there ...
... few times a day little boy blue blows his horn. I think he might just need to take a nap mid-day. We have been running around for a good 16-18 hours straight every day. It’s odd though – I just don’t feel like this negative behaviour is typical for him.
Anyway, enough about that. Antwerp was absolutely amazing. The cobblestone streets (which they call straats) and their little shops are adorable. ...
... dating back to the 13th and 14th century. This afternoon I'm taking a canal tour by boat and visiting a church that claims to have some of Christ's blood in a chalace. Not sure how they got that but I guess if you're a Catholic you have to believe them. Lucky for me I'm not so I don't believe them, but i'll check it out anyway.
The whole city of Bruges itself is pretty breathtaking, although there is not ...
... to move around, the first of which is a reconditioned church. Wicked.
From here it’s a very short walk to the underground tunnel noted the first day I arrived. Two escalators take you down what feels like three stories to an underground tunnel, completely tiled and well kept. The acoustics are amazing - the map mentions a late night of kebab followed by early morning staggering down in the tunnel, blasting out your favourite ballads a loud as you can. I cannot find ...