Fletcher Hotel Antwerpen
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... We sorted out the missing bits and Isi did the editing and adding extra bits and found that if she went into the laundry room of the Capitainerie (nest to the boat) she could sit in the dry and access the WiFi.
John went off to the MAS museum and to take photos from the top floor panoramic viewing area. He managed to do that in the only break in the weather in the afternoon. The museums within featured painters, 1914 exhibit story ...
... and Rue de Neo Zealandais to take a photo or two.
A very sobering afternoon all round, with trips into Ypres and the very impressive 'In Flanders Fields' museum as well as a walk under the Menin Gate with its almost 55,000 names of Commonwealth soldiers (except NZ'ers and Newfoundlanders) with no known grave (and that was only up ...
... to make sure you get as much discount as possible.
Antwerp is famous for its diamond and you will find a jewelry shop at almost every corner. The shops are owned for 90% by the Jewish. You can be sure that you will see a lot of Jewish people dressed in their traditional clothes. The first time my children saw someone dressed as they do he was amazed and asked why those people dress that way. Now he has learned that it is tradition he had something exiting to tell at ...
... today woke to a glorious day, (mind you had fresh fruit in wicker basket left on courtyard, with a packet of chocolate sprinkles), GREAT start to my day. They have heard about my chocolate fetish.
Site seeing today, (Yann has left a mud-map), and supper tonight with Yann’s parents..
Ciao……Missing you all…x x x
Belgium our journey continues, (slight delay in ...
... away, presumably to doze for another half an hour before his watch started at 16.00. I have commented previously that officers and crew alike often keep the curtains in their cabins closed all the time and so the Mate can be forgiven for losing track of day and night.
Porcupine Abyssal Plain Friday 13th April 2012
I woke up this morning to a grey, cloudy day. The saving grace was the variety of different cloud levels and a ...