Astoria Hotel Antwerp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with winter storage inside and we will find out what the charges are like tomorrow when we speak to one of the owners. We will get also full prices as member.
The man on the next boat came on board and told us about places we should go and the pretty routes to be taken. He had some good advice. This is a marina with a working container yard across from us and at 10.35pm they are still working emptying barges of containers and it is a bit noisy, but we will still ...
Since I've been working some pretty long hours, I haven’t had a chance to see anything at all of Brussels. My impressions of the city were limited to my workplace (hectic and on a hectic street) and my home (cozy, situated in a neighbourhood that seems to have everything I need). As nice as my neighbourhood is, it’s not exactly a top tourist destination, but after ten and a half hours at work each day, all I really want is to crawl home and collapse.
We were supposed to leave on Sunday the 2nd but as we had a electrical problem which I couldn't repair I had to go to an Technicien to get it done on Monday. We got it fixed together with a nice bill of 450 €(short circuit and 2 new batteries). So Wednesday we got up at 5 o'clock and left at 6 direction Luxembourg, we tanked off course (1,18 for diesel) and took the national roads direction Metz - Nancy - Besançon - ...
Back in travel mode and first time flying out of Edinburgh airport for our Easter break. Also a first for flying with RyanAir which was definitely an experience. Lets just say you most certainly get what you pay for and that is next to nothing! But the whole choose your own seats thing, in my opinion, slows the whole boarding process down so much and I just think everything could have been better.
Anyway, we arrived in Brussels a bit late due to ...
... 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 ...