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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... oldest and best known in Europe. However, it costs almost 23 euros for admission (no thanks) – so I gave that one a pass this time. I think our zoo at home is pretty amazing, and I can’t remember the last time I actually paid admission to a zoo (#LoveSchoolTrips).
With all the walking I have been doing, I have also been watching out for bikes….I am surprised I ...
... in Antwerp. It is now closed but I walked through to the walkway above the harbour and sat outside in the (intermittent) sun at a bistro on the Scheldt for a hot drink and snack.
I wandered along the Scheldt looking for Sint Annatunnel to get to the opposite side but came across a group of Belgian men out on a Bucks celebration. The groom-to-be was wearing a bright yellow chicken ...
... older, he would find a group of people with whom he could share good times and bad, and more importantly, to whom he could divulge all his secrets and turn to for help. He found that, he said, in us. I looked over at the friend that I traveled to Budapest with, and I could see she was almost crying, so I had to look away (I later found out that she spent part of the afternoon crying in her office). Needless to say, we ordered more wine.
... Ate more fries, but this time washed em down with Belgian chocolate. Still wondering about Belgium's obesity rates.
- Ran into someone on the street that I knew from my childhood and had yet another 'really small world' moment.
- Visited la Cathedrale des Saints Michel et Gudule so I could feel dwarfed by yet another grand Catholic cathedral. Things are beginning to get repetitive.
- Had a picnic of sandwiches and (you guessed it), beer, beneath ...
From castle viewing we decided to continue braving the sleet and head up to the harbor which we were told was must see. On our way we accidentally passed through the red light district where the windows filled with women of the night (or in our case day) are literally lined with red lights. The harbor unfortunately wasn't that spectacular, but maybe it's because we've seen much larger ones in the states, or perhaps it's because we quickly left due to inclement ...