Fletcher Hotel Antwerpen
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... up again at Antwerpen Centraal and I followed them (they knew) to where they were staying because I had no where to stay yet and they were at a hostel which was good enough for me.
We checked in, and met back down stairs where we met some Spanish girls who were studying in Antwerp. There is student accommodation above the hostel.
When we woke up this morning, we packed up our stuff and after a chat with our new American friends we walked down to the train station, where we bought our bus ticket to the airport then got on and made our way there. There was no attendant putting the luggage on and off the bus, so that was chaos with everyone trying to get their bags before everyone else! But we got them then went inside and went to check in. We got to the desk and then were ...
... Paul Rubens. This guy could really paint. He spent eight years in Italy honing up his skills and on his return to Antwerp in 1608, bought a prime piece of real estate then knocked down the house next door and put on an extension. And a bloody impressive extension, it is. While the old house is in the local style, the extension is in the then Italian style - rounded arches, major sculptures, etc. He ran his artist’s ...
... crazy and we didn't quite get what all the hype was about. However, they had gone to the trouble of dressing him up which they apparently do in different outfits throughout the year. By mid afternoon we needed to rest the legs and eventually found the Delirium Bar which was recommended to us in a side alley behind the Grand Place. This bar was nothing short of amazing. This bar boasts over 2000 beers, lots of which are on tap as well. We ...
... this railway station is extraordinarily beautiful. We won't mention the monstrosity of ugliness opposite it, in the Raddison Hotel (I think our B&B owner was kind in referring to it as 'Futuristic' in his walking instructions to the B&B).
Our B&B called Alegria is run by Rob and John who are two Belgians who have done an amazing job here. Only two rooms available in total, but the room itself and the detail with everything ...