Ramada Plaza Antwerp
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am wearing out. Not in a 'I've done a lot this week, I need a day to sleep' sort of way, but more in 'two years is a bloody long time and I need to nap for a month'.
So today, where it was going to consist of me being super productive and then going to a party began by me kindly turning the party down.
The Spanish girls from last night and Jim and Anthony (the Americans) and I all ...
... frites in a paper cone. Love, love, love them. The locals here eat them with mayo as the sauce, which sounds disgusting but tastes so good. I feel like this isn't the same mayo we have at home. Regardless, every moment I spend in Belgium I know for a fact that my arteries are clogging and quite frankly, I'm enjoying every minute of it. How are the people here dodging this whole obesity thing? It's a miracle. Karliana and I took a break at the hostel and then ...
... costumes filled the square. We walked around the tents and were given samples of Belgium cheese, bread and chocolate!
As though that wasn't enough food already, on the other side of the square we found the Chocolate museum! The museum consisted of 3 floors. These floors talked about the history and interesting facts about none other than chocolate. They also included chocolate sculptures, clothing and of course, chocolate samples! We were able ...
... a large "A" on the frame and you see them being used everywhere.
Antwerp over the ages has been much like many other European cities - bought, sold, traded, beaten up, pillaged and then reborn. Half the country speaks Flemish [very similar to Dutch] and the other half, French. At one point, a few centuries ago, Antwerp was the largest port on the North Sea coast. It came into prominence again after the Normandy ...
Today was the day, a day unlike any other. I guess one might say that about every day and technically they might be correct but in the sense of experiencing something truly special, truly unique, today was unlike any other. 12 families were hounoured today in a beautiful and emotional ceremony highlighted by an incredibly touching and heartfelt speech by Shimon Peres, thanking not just the honoured families but all Belgians for the bravery, courage and humanity they showed during ...