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... god…full on exposed everything. Just the whole thing poking out of his jeans. I tried to
just walk passed and pretend I didn’t see and Jess grabbed hold of me (like I was her shield – thanks Jess!) and we quickly detoured into a beautiful old courtyard which was part of the Sint Janshospital (Old St. John’s Hospital).
When we decided it was safe to leave we headed for the Old Market Square and had some ...
... apparently looking out for us, because the train had been held. (Maybe there were a large number of passengers from our train trying to get to Arlon.) Whatever the reason, we ran from our platform, up the stair, across the railway station, and down to the Arlon platform. We clambered aboard the train as the whistle blew.
This fortuitous holding of the train meant that we left Namur late as well, and ...
Today provided us with some unforeseen required self-entertainment. It was a "later" start than most days which was a relief. We arrived in the diamond district of Antwerp shortly before 10:00AM to be denied entrance into our first presentation of AWDC. We unfortunately were told we would not be allowed in and thanks to the quick improvisation of our tour guide Daniel, managed to tour to other local shops and ...
... are plenty of cultural activities.
I happened across a city fair with booths from many organizations, such as police, fire department, street cleaners, museums association, European Parliament, etc. Too bad the weather that day was less than ideal: cool and windy.
The Museum of Musical Instruments is housed in an attractive art nouveau building called Old England, which was a ...
... was just beginning to rise. Mari called Anthony to send her love on their anniversary. We had cornflakes for breakfast, which Wikus and Susan did the big trek for the previous evening when they walked for miles in search of a supermarket.
We checked out, packed our stuff in the car and then went in search of Antwerp's Grootemark (Town square). We were quite amused to find an Australian home made icecream shop in Antwerp, although we were not ...
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