Leopold Hotel Antwerp
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... his balding head as naked, but soon it showed up and away we went following every one else we just walked through the Exit and passed a few bored official looking men and women and before you could say boo we were in Brussels and free to get a taxi to the Hotel.
Ok will fill you in on the days activity soon have fn from Taz and Baz hoo roo
Quite a long day today >60 miles. A lovely start along a "mystical" canal for 15 miles or so. Got a little lost, but had a lovely lunch of chips + mayonnaise in Bassenvelde. From there we battled into a strong wind for hours, finally arriving in Antwerp ...
Parlez vous Anglais?.......non, Français..... I would love a Euro or Dollar for the number of times we'd have to ask if a person spoke English while in France...wow, the number of French people that can't speak or understand English and work in public places like the Post Office is amazing. After a quick train trip from Amsterdam, we broke our journey in Brussels so that Suzanne's daughter Alana could join us and surprise her Mum. We checked in at the Euro Central ...
... this entertainment for weeks - there are so
many to chose from.
If I was one of those to buy an I LOVE PARIS tee shirt it would be
because of the live performance experiences.
The rain didn't disappoint, with rain jackets needed as we trudged
to the metro! Toby asked us to spot the fashion garments of each
country - for streetwear I'd say quilted rain jackets of all styles
from voluminous ponchos to brief bomber jackets, from the ...
... Old Helmet -- pronounced in the lolling Irish accent of its creator, my friend and comedian Adrian Collins, and representing El Casco Antiguo -- Old Town. Then there's the zone of march, meaning the happening part of town in terms of nightlife -- la zona de marcha in Spanish. I'll get to more soon.
The first night wasn't extremely eventful; we stayed out until 5, dropped 3.75€ apiece for Jäger shots, and cultivated an ongoing inside quote, "Hej, das ist ...