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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It had been a long flight however I had slept through the majority of the duration. I woke up around two hours before we arrived in Brussels, I relaxed and read more of the book I had bought in Kenya. I cannot leave this book alone, "An elephant in the garden" by Michael Morpurgo is surprisingly catchy and you just keep wanting to know more and more. Throughout the whole flight I had thought I was dreaming or hallucinating. I kept hearing an echoing ...
... as a Dutch and German girl who were studying together in Amsterdam. We had agreed earlier that our first night in Antwerp would be a quiet one, but that quickly changed when the Aussie girl convinced us to go out together in the city. We bought a pizza and ate that before commencing a few rounds of drinking games with the remaining vodka from the night before.
Downstairs we met some other hostel stayers who were also heading out that night and we left together ...
... while in Aust through our travel agent, which we would use through France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, etc, although to use our ticket we have to go to the train station and reserve/book a seat on the train we want to travel on, and pay a further 8-10 Euro's on top of what we've already paid. When we booked our first seats on the train from Amsterdam to Brussels, the conductor came through checking tickets and looked at our ticket and then wrote the date of travel on ...
Mon, another slow start with washing done before heading out on our own. Tram, bus, tram and lots of walking. Fine and sunny - the best weather yet in Europe. The sculpture park was closed till May 1 so back into the middle of the city, more walking, taking photos, choosing where and what to eat, then a slow wander back through a huge shopping street closed to cars. Again huge crowds of locals and tourists, occasionally in groups with a guide, but not the large number ...
... made it into a deserted kebab shop at 2 am or so for our "Christmas dinner." All without them seeing us again…great success!!!
We visited Cologne on Boxing Day, checking out the cathedral, within which both of us couldn't resist choice words that secured our reservations in Hell. I believe it was me quoted with saying "Let's get out of this cathedral so we can cuss!" and Tony, upon our exit, mock-yelling "SON OF A…!!!" By the way, it's the most visited ...