Fletcher Hotel Antwerpen
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... put up for auction. But the customers who went there loved it so much they all joined together and bought it back! Talk about community spirit!
And the local cafe, where the clocks inside are always set to 11:50pm (on those that have am/pm) so that any guy who brings a girl there never has to see Cinderella run away before midnight!
I came back and went straight to bed then.
Lisa xo ...
... for a medieval carnival. Turned out to be a waste. I was expecting basically a Renaissance fair with parades. We arrived to a charming village. As we got closer to the city center drums were beating and music played. We found people dressed as witches, superheroes, and sailors. It was basically a big Halloween party in the streets with mini parades of people. There was drinking everywhere and hoards of people pushing in the streets. Anyone who knows Katie or myself knows we are ...
... The church houses four works by Rubens who was a local lad [along with Van Dyk]. The church was built from the taxes on the people and they continue the theme today by requiring visitors to pay an entry fee. That mumble aside, it is truly an impressive building.
I took an awful night bus from Berlin to Brussels. The seat was broken and thus didn't recline, so the whole time I was sitting up straight while the guy in front of me reclined all the way. This left me with effectively no leg room. The only thing that made the night bearable were the super nice french girls who kept me fed and gave me some of their whiskey.
When I finally arrived I was exhausted and didn't feel like taking a train or anything to the airport so ...
... bad. I kinda just hung around for a bit listening to music and writing until it hit 9pm, and went outside, and met up with Samir, with whom I met in Krakow. Jumped in the car, and headed off to a bar kind of around the central area, had a couple of drinks whilst listening to the live jazz band from outside, and caught up. Exchanging stories, telling him about my trip since the last time we spoke and then had a conversation I love having back home with my ...