Ramada Plaza Antwerp
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... a month. I tell
ya, when your banking on going somewhere, and only have two hours
before check out and make a decision, in a foreign country, with no
one willing to help, and you find out you can't go, and you don't
have a plan B, it's pretty intense!
After a short period of panic, and
feeling completely down in the dumps because we believed our beach
vacation, at this time, was over, we calmed down and ...
Antwerpen Centraal station will take your breath away. It's the first thing you see when you roll into Antwerp on the train. A modern fusion of steel, glass in the inside enclosed by marble and brick on the outside. There is a huge staircase like you might find in a luxury hotel. The texture and colours of the brick are so amazing. It is truly a sight, it makes Flinders St station and Southern Cross ...
... and Jim would not be joining us to Greece). I told him he had better appoint a second in command (choosing one of us students). He said that he did that already and it obviously wasn't me because I didn't know anything about it. (my teasing backfired).
Our closing dinner had ended just as soon as it had begun. Most of us decided to go out for a bit and enjoy Antwerp one last time as a group. We hung out at an Irish pub near the cathedral for a while. There was a ...
... i wont tumble down from the stairs.
You can find everything here - souvenirs shops, eateries, chocolates...
All the buzz aside, we just come on the wrong day. It was acession day for catholics which is the public day mentioned. Cant shop and sightsee. Rubenhuis is closed too. Argh what a waste cos entry for students is just 1 euro, down from 4 euros previously. So check your calendar for special hols that are not fixed.
Near the kathedral we also got ...
... Sinua means "I love you" in Finnish!
I wanted to head into town and go to the Groenplaats and the Grote Markt, in the old part of town. I always love these parts of town. I had also planned to see the Cogels Osylei Art Nouveau area in Berchem but I panned to do that the next day. So I walked into town instead of taking the 8 tram. It only took 15 minutes to walk. The Groenplaats square is a little smaller than the Grote Markt, but the Groenplaats has the ...
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