Park Inn by Radisson Antwerpen
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... there were squares with magnificent buildings yet again. In front of the Hotel de Ville, which was covered in hundreds of flags, was a large sculptured fountain which was beautiful with water spurting from all directions. As you would imagine Antwerp seems to be the capitol of beer with dedicated shops and bars right the way through the streets. We of course had to stop and try some and Isi had a fix of Belgian chips as well, seeing as they ...
... in the early afternoon and had an outgoing train to Paris at 8pm. But, we were in Brussels! The central location of the European Union! The city with great beer! The city with a little peeing statue! So much to see in such a short amount of time. Bags in hand the entire time, we practically ran throughout the city and I am pretty impressed with all we managed to see. We saw:
Just realised how bad was I waiting for the long weekend to come. Easter long weekend is the first short holiday period for me since start of new year. Planning for the Easter weekend trip starts as early as January. With an idea to drive across Western Europe, I started my planning. First stop from the UK, Calais France and then drive to Antwerp, Belgium. I always wanted to use the euro tunnel to cross ...
Brussels was all about grand architecture.....and waffles. You can get these amazing freshly made waffles everywhere. And chocolates....wow. I had told Ashley that Brussels had waffles and beer so in the space of 2 hours we had eaten a plate of waffles, been to the beer museum and the chocolate museuem (with tastings) and bought, and eaten Belgium chocolates. A highly successful trip.
We collected out luggage and headed to the train for Lille.
... and the answer is a most emphatic, ‘Yes I would’.
So what is it about travelling on a ship that hits the spot for me?
Being on a working ship, and container ships are the most common, provides an almost individual experience with the ship, and by that I mean that when walking around the place, you rarely meet anybody else. You will know that for the most part I have been a sole passenger, but even here with 3 of us, we really only meet ...