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Travel Blogs from Mechelen
Had a sleep in this morning, a shower and shave, then had
breakfast, tidied up and went into town to visit the Saturday market. The
market here is in the Grote Markt, and some of the surrounding streets. Most of
the stalls were food orientated, but there were many others as well, flowers
probably came in second, then shoes and clothes. There were also the odd ...
I wake up and suddenly it's Day 2! After dinner I decided to watch a familiar movie. While there were movies that I hadn't seen, like The Notebook and Shawshank Redemption, I settled on X-Men: First Class. It's an easy watch, and if I fell asleep, I wouldn't have missed anything. 41K didn't know what she was doing between all the fidgeting and phlegmy coughs. She tried to sleep, but when she kept hitting the screen it kept waking up, and she didn't ...
... my destination yet; Rome.
I'm in the airport waiting for that flight at the moment. I have a few more hours to go. I'm running on very little sleep and my eyes feel very heavy. It will be great to get some rest. I don't arrive in Rome til around 11 PM. By the time I get my luggage, catch the train and get to the hostel, it will be midnight. Sigh.
Trip 2012 Trivia:
In which year was the Atomium built? ...
... You can stand without holding on, they are warm and they are mostly on time to the minute!
Today we were better dressed with coats, scarves and long sleeved tops. The prediction was 17 degrees but past experience suggests this may be a fantasy and when we left the hotel, it was 6 degrees, The Antwerp railway station is beautiful and was recently revamped. There were trains on at least 3 levels and the escalators go up and ...
... native Belgian who LOVES Belgian beers and has a degree in Tourism, he's about the best person I could imagine to take me around Belgium.
Saturday night we went out in Leuven, sticking to several very small, out of the way bars and drinking nothing but the finest Belgian ales we could find. It was a pleasant reminder of how much I love that country, and especially their brews. Not to mention Leuven: a small college town full ...