Fletcher Hotel Antwerpen
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... 8211; was turned into the Belgian comics centre by several well-known artists, including Georges Remi (better known as Herge, father of my hero, Tintin). The exhibits were really interesting and detailed the various processes that lead to the production of all our favourite graphic novels and comics. It’s a lot of work, and the artists are incredibly talented. Comics really shouldn’t be seen in a bad light; they take an ...
... a fun club to spend the night. To our disappointment we were unable to find any real clubs or exciting bars in Antwerp despite its reputation for having a very large alternative night life. Throughout the night we bar hopped through the city and eventually found our way back to the hostel.
The next day I didn't wake until 1pm, my cold had developed into a painful head cold and I felt as if I wouldn't be able to lift my head for the entire day. Eventually I was ...
... early since we had to catch our bus to Paris early the next morning.
I absolutely loved Brussels! I felt like I started to know Brussels and know my way around. I was also getting used to everything being in French and people speaking in French. Most people there also spoke English so we could understand each other if needed, but some of my French came back to me which was neat since I learn only a little about 7 years ago. I definitely had a great time!
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 ...
... there was a lot of repeated lines of "have you ever done anythign like this before" and "how was your flight" , generally the atmosphere in the room was friendly, relaxed although a little bit tired.
we travelled from Brussles to Hassalt, where we checked into the Raddison Blu, which was one of the horizon buioldings of the village. tea and refreshments in the Sky lounge, with panoramic views of the town. a ...