Travel Blogs from Jette
... country. The effort that has gone in is incredible and deserves rewarding. This is where I want to hang Nigel Farage when the time comes.
Disney's 1980s vision of the future. I vaguely remember it being interesting but too big for a single day. It also shares a park with a sort of Europe-Land-which Europa Park does much, much better. I was also rejected for a job here about 10 years ago for not being ...
... of Antwerp to explore Old Town around Grote Market and the guild houses dating from the 16th century.
Paul Rubens' home is here in Antwerp.
We departed for Willemstad.
... across the Table of Friends. There were three Spaniards and a Dutch guy, and they’d all just met each other that day. The Spaniards had discovered each other on Facebook, and the Dutch guy just happened by their table. I was the newest inductee to the table, and we chatted about our lives while getting progressively inebriated. Once that beer was finished, I turned to leave, and walked right into another Canadian intern. We ended ...
... rode it on and off to the grand place. The grand place is truly grand, and then we did make our customary ice cream stop, also placed a visit to the Mannakin pis statue and got back to the bike store just in time to return the bikes. Evening we went to an Italian place and called it a night.
Ate the yummy grilled sandwiches that Binita made and ...
... connection in Arlon was even shorter. Again we assured ourselves that there would be another train from Arlon to Luxembourg if we missed our connection. Again we pulled into the station late, but (thank you god of transport) the train was held at Arlon as well. Even better, the train leaving Arlon for Luxembourg City was on the opposite side of the track from the train we pulled in on: no stairs to climb, ...