Park Inn by Radisson Antwerpen
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... all that the city had to offer, thanks especially to the wonderful attention we received from our friend Michael who lives in Antwerp. With Michael as our guide we walked an average of 20 kilometres each day (justifying the one or two beers we had of an evening).
In addition to showing us around Antwerp, Michael also too us on a day out to the nearby city of Ghent ...
... We were lucky enough to get to visit the zoo, on a slightly rainy morning, all this meant was there was no one else there, so we were free to look at the animals in any order we wanted and take as much time as we wanted walking around. I also found that the rain puts the animals into a different mood, and it made photographing them a new and exciting experience for me. ...
... a millionaire when I passed through the gift shop. Alas, I am on my last euros of the month, and had to close my eyes tightly and run away.
However, it was still early afternoon at this point, and I was struck by an idea: go to Waterloo. The last time I was there, I couldn’t see anything because the fog was like something out of Jack the Ripper’s London. Although all I really missed seeing was a field, it had become something of a matter ...
... more time there than we had originally thought we would.
The Atomium was built for the 1958 World Fair held in Brussels. You are able to go up to 5 (I think) of the spheres where they have exhibitions on. We thought it was going to be a lot more interesting that it actually was. The exhibition that they had on was all about art nouveau and that wasn’t really something that interested Jer and I. But it was fun to take the escalators up the long ...
We only spent a few hours in Antwerp, but they were beautiful. Our interrailing tickets allow us to make as many trips as we like, as long as the trips are on specified days; this means that on days when we travel to a new destination, we're trying to fit in another city along the way. Antwerp was the chosen target to hit between Amsterdam and Brussels (actually, one of the most surprising discoveries of our trip so far is just how little time it takes by train to travel between ...