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14:50 still in Brussels I think the weather doesn't want us to leave. But no, dear bad weather, we fight back! Though a little delay caused us an amount of stress, we are still sitting in the lounge with a piece of cake, crisps, a coke and a sprite. The view is grey with a chance of the arrival of our plane (see picture). In Zurich, which ...
... and restaurants, also filled with tourists and horse drawn carriages. We couldn't get a really good view of the Provincial Court because there were heaps of vans and what looked like film equipment in front of it. As we passed by later in the day and the vans were being packed up, we realised that they had been filming a Bollywood movie there!
We were hungry because we had skipped breakfast, so we decided to have our Belgian food experience all in one ...
... lovely. On the map we noticed from Denmark to Germany we would be crossing water, bets were made if it would be via a bridge or tunnel but it turns out we were both wrong. The crossing was made via a ferry and the train just drove straight onboard. It was very cool.
We always knew Amsterdam was going to be a party town and our thoughts were confirmed from the moment we checked in. Our hotel, The Thorbeke ...
... and wandered into a small place for dinner which was pretty mediocre, can't win em all. We had planned on finding the janneken pis (sister statue also peeing) and a world renown bar called delerium. Lucky for us they were in the sAme spot! Delerium taphouse would be our place of refuge for the remainder of the night. We tried 8 or so beers from their list of 2500 from all over the world ( bottle of sleeman was 10 euros FYI). The beer here was amazing, music was great, it ...
... in London.
I was getting really anxious of seeing my baby, so I was blood nerveous!
At 11.45h he FINALLY came through the (almost wrong) gate. In his shorties :) with the freezing cold temperatures outside.
I ran towards him, jumped in his arms, we kissed and left for the car.
Straight to Antwerp, for a shower and some good fresh Belgian fries.