Ramada Plaza Antwerp
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We wanted to get some Belgian waffles for breakfast (see attached photo), all I can say is it wasn't like Harroways Rolled Oats! We then jumped on a train to Antwerp which is where 80percent of the worlds uncut diamonds are traded! There are streets and streets and streets lined with diamond jewelry, we just can't get over the amount of bling! I spent a fair bit of time waiting on someone who was looking at all ...
... through the ‘living fasion – womens daily wear from 1750 to 1950’ exhibition by Jacoba de Jonge. It was a small exhibition with a large range of gorgeous oldenday clothing including beautiful big puffy dresses that people used to wear for doing the housework! It was very interesting and I loved all the clothes.
After the ...
... he wasn’t wearing one of his usual costumes). There are various stories about the origin of the little “peeing” statue, and one of the most common is that he “wetted down” a fire, thereby saving the city from being destruction. Regardless of the real story, it does make for interesting speculation.
Our brief walking tour ended at an “old world” Pub lounge for a sample of Belgian Beers and more ...
... not been so hot it might have been ok but being on the third floor in a very old building was very difficult sleeping and add to that was the couple fornicating in our room, which all together made for an uncomfortable night.
We spent our afternoon following the advice of our trusty map. First doing a 80 minute walking tour of the city, which we soon lost the path of. Then we headed across to the centre of town and visited ...
... Schtroumpf (Smurf) history and memoribilia. Sweet museum and comic book shop but again way too much to see in one visit. After more fries (and a brochette) for lunch it was finally time for some hard-core beer hunting (it had been almost 20 hours since we got to Belgium). Two shop visits later, and a few too many Euro, Dan had Westvleteren 12 (the supposed best beer in the world, as determined by ratebeer.com and beeradvocate.com) in his ...
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