Lindner Hotel & City Lounge Antwerpen
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... started coming out and stewart grabbed one bag and then the other one failed to show up by this time there were a fair few people crowding around the carousel Stewart checked and found out it was his bag that was missing and i laughed as a vision of him running around in his underwear sprang to mind there was this huge belly sticking ...
... of the city's industries. Next we walked to Antwerp's biggest church which is named Cathedral of Our Lady with its 400 foot tall spire. Within the church are four paintings by Paul Rubens. Afterwards we spent an hour walking around the area, and then headed for dinner at Pasta & Vino. My dinner was fine, but Carolyn did not care for her fennel dish, so we had to stop at another restaurant on our way back to the barge for a salad. At 9 pm, we were back on the ...
... then got our bus to Amsterdam.
Overall, Belgium was definitely a highlight of our trip. It’s a really cool place that has a good feel about it. Everyone was super friendly and I couldn’t complain about the food! It made it more fun that we had some newly found friends there who were incredibly hospitable and patient and who were happy to show us around. I guess one day we will have to return the favor if they ever make it to Australia. I’ll definitely be back to ...
Last night in Paris. (Thursday)
Je Suis Catherine Deneuve - we saw this play last night. Another
tiny theatre for no more than 50 people. An American company from
Chicago had performed this play to accolades in USA. Sitting in the
2nd row we had a very upclose experience as five actors played out
this dysfunctional family's various conflicts and escapist lives. We
have loved the theatre here - pity it's so expensive to stay - we
could have ...
... top-notch comic prowess.
Moving on, we found fantastic bar in the Old Town, playing the type of catchy, saccharin-coated pop carnival/Oktoberfest music that no one does better than the Germans (for a prime example, see "Cowboy und Indianer" by Olaf Henning). Before I go any further, let me explain just a few of the Spanglish terms that Tony and I have not only coined, but integrated naturally into our lexicon (with the help of some other Anglophones in Spain). First ...