Ramada Plaza Antwerp
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... for some kind of concert, maybe the next day. At 6 PM, the museum closed and we were admitted for our own time there with dinner to follow. The museum was very well done and much of it (including a couple of films) were in English. The dinner afterwards was wonderful and we sat with a couple who live in Manhattan as well as a couple from Georgia. Got back to the ship at around 10:30.
... thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Binita's house. Binita and Prakash were excellent hosts and also made amazing food for us to eat. In the evening we went to a lake near by and then took a stroll and got back home, ordered pizza and called it a night. The kids had company of Som (10yrs) and Kheya (8.5yrs) as well.
July 15th, 2013
Initially the plan was to go ...
... bitter and frosty, and the snow was slippery under our feet. Naturally we had to revert to popping in and out of shops to keep warm and prevent our faces freezing up. We did, however, brave the cold enough to see the beautiful architecture of Belgium and the castle on the river. After sampling the chocolate and fries it was about time we headed to our hostel in Amsterdam, gotta keep the good times a-moving. ...
... to be within walking distance from the train station. Of course I get lost, but I eventually stumble across it somehow. When I got there, the reception was closed and the girl said I had to wait until 4pm before I could check in. I stored my stuff in the "luggage room" and set off to explore for a couple of hours. One cool thing about Brussels is that it's a bilingual city and everything is in French and Dutch. The first place I went to was the ...
... museum. There we learnt a bit about the history of printing, how they used to print, chisel all the small letters and put words together, and then sentences, then a whole page etc, as well as the importance of Antwerp in the book/printing world. We also saw some of the firstly printed bibles, amazing libraries and the two oldest printing presses in the world.
After we had lunch, we wandered around the ...