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... afternoon (after a cheeky drink in St Gills Walls!).
In Antwerp (no bridges, just really cool underground tunnels) stayed in a lovely hostel. After a quick meal and a wander around the pretty + cool town centre we got our heads down early for a busy day!
... damn and blast, we missed it.
The next free for Eurail passes train was another 4 hours away - getting us to Brussels at 9.35pm. We'd still have to get to the hotel. However there were two Thalys trains - one at 16.43. Because we'd missed our connection, we were given a 'claim form' and told we could claim our fare on the Thalys train. So on the Thalys train we got - along with a lot of other extra passengers! We were lucky - we got two of those ...
... 8211; Dank u, Sorry -sorry…=P. Anyways the Christmas market was fun, not as large as the German ones but it had a really chilled atmosphere with lots of kids everywhere and to top it off they had these amazing carousels! Not exactly the first thing that people think of right but there really were amazing…ahh if only I was a kid! Then had planes and rockets and all sorts of flying and soaring things…haha check ...
... this entertainment for weeks - there are so
many to chose from.
If I was one of those to buy an I LOVE PARIS tee shirt it would be
because of the live performance experiences.
The rain didn't disappoint, with rain jackets needed as we trudged
to the metro! Toby asked us to spot the fashion garments of each
country - for streetwear I'd say quilted rain jackets of all styles
from voluminous ponchos to brief bomber jackets, from the ...
... 4 floors and each served different beers/drinks. We tried different ciders and beers.
Then we went in search of food and stumbled past Chinatown...but we thought European food was the way to go. Many restaurants turned us away saying they were full and they weren’t very apologetic about it, just a bark of “no, we’re full!” Then we found a French restaurant and we were lucky we had Aude translate the menu for us. ...