Ramada Plaza Antwerp
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... The church houses four works by Rubens who was a local lad [along with Van Dyk]. The church was built from the taxes on the people and they continue the theme today by requiring visitors to pay an entry fee. That mumble aside, it is truly an impressive building.
... to exit the train and Harry and Jay ran after them. Harry held the door open so they wouldn't get stuck outside the train and unable to get back on. The conductor stopped the train so the two men had time to jump the train tracks and exit the station before we could stop them. This entire experience was so scary and I could not stop shaking. I don't think I have ever been so scared in my life. From that moment on, I have been extra cautious, paranoid ...
... basically just falafel in a burger bun) were nice enough and we managed to get some of our favourite Whole Earth drinks, everything was massively overpriced, the service verging on rude and the cafe seemed pretentiously obsessed with celebrities (they had several walls with photos of their famous visitors, with Moby taking pride of place and then being mentioned in the menu more than once).
Overall, though, Antwerp was well worth stopping off in for a few hours!
... stretch our legs and have a view over the city. Last stop will be La Paz. Estimated arrival time in La paz will be 01:35 (9th of july).
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We pulled into Brussels around 5:30 pm here or 10:30 am in Chicago. We just had 2 hours so we couldn't do anything but hang around the train station. So shopped in the the stores there, GOT some good Belgium Chocolates and had a snack before heading on the train into the Chunnel (click if you never heard of it) to London