Astoria Hotel Antwerp
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... for fish and chips. They were some of the best fish and chips we had ever had! Mine was done in a thai green batter and the chips came with flavoured sauces and spices. Totally delicious.
Friday morning was an early flight back to Stamford so that we could get to Arthur's swimming lesson on time after lunch! Loved our first family holiday with our little man and so glad Uncle Ian was able to join us!
... away though. I got a Nutella Banana waffle, which like the one I got in Bruges, was so delicious and actually really filling. Also, don't eat waffles and walk down the street at the same time because you will run smack into a 2 foot tall pole and almost fall flat on your face (the waffle was ok though thank god!). We checked out a few more chocolate shops here too. They were even better than the ones in Bruges. The samples we got were so ...
... wars....Can You Stop the Cavalry???), but they've done an amazing job restoring it. In one room, they have a collection of Rubens (like one does, don't you know?) including one that is unfinished. I found that particularly interesting, since you could see the process and methods that he used. Really interesting stuff.
After wandering around a bit more, I decided to head back to the station, but detour before getting home to ...
... was most of Brussels to be honest! Quite a quiet city which was perfect for our first day.
We were both pretty tired and had a short nap in the sun in Parc de Bruxelles after watching a concert band play in the bandstand! Mannekin Pis (statue of a peeing boy) was...random. And weird but cool to see it nonetheless!
The hostel is awesome! Really modern, clean and tonight were sharing the room with 3 other foreign girls.
Dinner was again perfectly Belgian. I had, ...
... 8217; was to be about the symbols of power individuals have used in different times and places. We were confused when the small exhibition concluded with a glass Maori marae, and a video of tourists learning the haka. It is apparently the work of a single artist, although we didn’t understand what the curator was trying to convey. Interestingly though, the museum included a floor of ‘open storage’. They show how museum works are stored, ...