Tulip Inn Antwerpen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... them questions about their role, the program, and the project they are working on as part of Challenge.
Post workday drinks were at the Skybar in Amsterdam. Greeley and Jessica from ACTE joined us as well and it was great to just kick back and relax on a beanbag with a first class view of the city.
Yesterday morning was ACTE’s Amsterdam Forum. It was such a privilege to have been able to attend one of ACTE’s Forums for the third time this trip. ...
... were marching in the parade, both men and women, in full uniform and got a big cheer as they went by. There was a lot of fun going on as you can imagine and the guest of honour was the Eurovision winner (the bearded lady) getting lots of cheers as well. After watching for a while we went off looking at special beers with one in particular for John called Kwak. Lots of Belgian beers have their own very distinctive glass Kwak looks like a pint ...
... palace, the park, the vans selling gauffres, through the Turkish and Bulgarian neighbourhoods of Schaarberk and Sint Josse ten Noode. I had a Black Forest waffle at the same place I had one when I first arrived, and carried on to the Place de Jeu de balle and the Sablon. The Place de Jeu de Balle was hopping, swarming with vendors and buyers, all accompanied by a variety of street musicians. The hungry could grab escargots from the snails ...
... we found ourselves wondering if we would one day make a trip back to Iraq or Afghanistan to remember the many lives lost, the battles fought and the absolute pig-headedness of humanity at times! I don't know if either of us want to ever go back there but contemplating the battlefields of today as future tourism sites of tomorrow sounds like a far better outcome for the people of these war ravaged countries. Anyway, I have digressed.
... a good thing,
as looking out the window we could see the wings were covered in ice. Not really conducive to safe flight! However they had a solution to this - we went
through a plane wash on our way to take off - yep trucks came out with big
sprays on them and washed the wings and tail down with antifreeze, definitely
not something we need to worry about in Australia!
The flight from Helsinki to
Munich was the shortest leg of our ...