Holiday Inn Express Antwerp City North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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I left Brugge early, and grabbed breakfast from Apu at the Quick-E-Shop (no joke). Belgium is flat and green, and very friendly to cyclists. The sun was a little strong though, I put on long sleeves at noon but I think I may have mistimed it. Ouch. I have decided to call the bike 'Wobble' ...
... dok and Willemdok) I went into the Art Temple, a floating steam crane moored alongside. It is sponsored by the Antwerp council as an experiment in sustainable living. It is an old boat with a huge number of herbs, fruits and vegetables growing in pots and garden beds and chickens in a coop (with a pretend pig). There was a bar where you could buy a limited type of beer, soft drink or ...
... tube, a kind gentleman assured us it was just a five minute walk down one road, that was not the case! After making an impromptu stop at the Buckingham palace and snapping some less than professional photos, we kept going another half hour into the streets of London, with our huge backpacks and continued the search. After much struggle, we finally made it only to find out that our bus had been delayed.. of course. When the time finally came, we hopped on our bus and headed ...
... got lost. After asking for directions (this will be a recurring theme of our Belgium trip!) we found Ieper, a beautiful town that was the site of some of the worst battles in WWI. After walking around the town square we quickly found a chocolate store ... Imagine! We sat down to have some famous Belgian chips for lunch and then walked around the town. The Menen Gate was an incredible site. There are 55 000 soldiers that died ...
... bargains. One thing was a new bag to go with my Paris dress. We had a nice lunch at a cafe right next to the cathedral. And then we went into the cathedral itself. Even though it was not the biggest church I have seen on my trip once I went in it was amazingly big and felt like it was the biggest. It was interesting to learn from our guide about the history and what they did with the paintings over the years. We left, ready for our pick-up as Pieter ...