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Antwerp was short lived as we were only there for one day and it rained.
Despite the rain we had a fabulous day. That city is beautiful.
The train station is incredibly beautiful. And was full of shops. Realistically we could've stayed in the train station all day and had a fab day as well lol but ...
... We found a coffee shop eventually but failed when Brendan ordered a latte macchiato which turrns out to not resemble a macchiato at all, insert brendan sad face. We left and made our way to the waterfront. Turns out there was an arts festival on so we bunkered down at a bar for the afternoon of belgium beer, music and ticked off trying the local cuisine by ordering some mussels (not ...
... 30. Unfortunately, nothing is as easy as it seems because we accidentally boarded the wrong train at the station which was taking us in the opposite direction that we needed to go! We figured it out early on - thankfully - and corrected our error. Unfortunately, with the error came a delay in our arrival which was around 3:30 pm. Brugge was a great trip nonetheless! It's an old town that has a very medieval feel to it. There ...
... station, I came across rows of diamond stores. I guess it really was true - that this was, indeed, the diamond capital of the world. The layout of the city was exactly what I had hoped for and expected. Just outside the central station is the center of the city. You walk along one main street, lined with shops, diamond stores, restaurants, and cafes. The first few hundred meters outside of the station ...
now), joined together by what appears from a distance to be slender
rods. A testament to the vision of architects and builders of what the
future could hold.
As we were standing on the upper observation deck, we were looking out over Brussels when it began snowing again. Not a light fall this time, but thick swirling clouds of