Astoria Hotel Antwerp
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So my first time in Amsterdam didn't leave a wonderful impression on my mind. I put it down to my mood. This second time was more enjoyable, and my mood was better. Still, Amsterdam isn't as amazing as I'd been told or hoped. It is pretty, but not as glorious as in architecture as Bruges, Ghent or Antwerp in Belgium. It has good food, but nothing as delicious as the waffles of Belgium or the pastas of Italy. It does have many museums, and somewhat strangely we didn't make it to ...
Today we have been for a pretty comprehensive walking tour of Antwerp. Nieke and her Mum Lotty are very passionate about their city and know so much of it's history and are wonderful "tour guides" We must have walked for about 6 hours and because Antwerp is so compact we saw much of the inner city. There are so many Churches, beautiful architecture and Virgin Mary on every street as she is one of the Patron Saints of Antwerp. In Ireland we ...
... people who get us from place to place.
If nothing else, this was a lesson in mindfulness. Most of the time, things could always be worse.
Croatian Airlines passengers, I'm beyond glad that things worked out for you. All I know is that I would have needed a new pair of pants once on the ground if I'd been on your flight, and I'd probably have some grey hairs.
As the Zurich air traffic controller said: Excellent job, well done.
... which all looked amazing. We stopped and got some waffles as a snack, I had mine with chocolate and strawberries and it was delicious.
After that we finally caved and went to a Belgian chocolate shop to get some gifts from family and of course to get some chocolate for ourselves. The shop had so many things I wanted to buy, but we all decided to get a box of truffles which I ate ...
... cobblestone streets that looked like they were pedestrian only & finally thriugh construction zones. After an hour of driving around, Kareem said enough & we decided to go instead to the Audi drop point Enter disaster #2. Our GPS led us to the address we had from Audi (or so we thought) but it made no sense. We could not find the building or anything that closely resembled it. We drove back & forth, back & forth. After an hour, ...