Tulip Inn Antwerpen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cathedral. So needless to say, I had a pretty good day despite the weather. It was cloudy and grey and even had a wee rain shower – luckily for me it was when I was enjoying lunch in a covered café. People smoke on the covered patios – yuck! But I would rather sit there and people watch, then sit inside! So I suck it up!! Haha.
There is also a zoo in Antwerp – one ...
I had a good day in Antwerp, although it was cold and overcast for most of the day.
Marriages are conducted on Saturdays at the Town Hall in Grote Markt and I was fortunate to see a newly-wed couple posing for photos near the fountain. It is lovely that same-sex marriage is legal in Belgium, as in a lot of European states :).
The Steen, one of the Fortress Gateways, is the ...
... and have been mulling it over in my mind: the life of an expat.
Today marks the end of my third month here in Brussels – not only is it the halfway point of my internship, but it’s also the point where I can start accruing paid holiday time. I feel a bit more like a full—fledged employee, and just last week, another man in my corridor said that because I fit in, it felt like I’d always just been there. ...
... way back through the parade/festival to the metro. We’d found a playground Friday that we wanted to visit today (since it wasn’t raining!). The playground is near Porte de Hal, which is the only city gate from the old city walls that is still standing. The playground draws upon the city wall theme. It also has a lot of sand, which is Bryn’s current favorite playground equipment. We had a lovely, ...
... s been permanently closed. We satiated ourselves by pressing our noses to the glass of the myriad of jewelry shops, and then headed to the "castle district".
The castle district was a neighborhood built during the art nouveau movement, and in the 1960s they were going to tear it down. In order to save it, artists started buying the properties and fixing the place up. The rest is history! So anyway, we spent a delightful walk enjoying the mini castles and palaces the district ...