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... way back to the car park taking a completely different route via Antwerp’s dodgy red light district. We had already committed ourselves to the road and couldn’t turn back. It was really uncomfortable, lots
of rowdy ‘Euro lads’, and dodgy aromas. Our walking pace seemed to pick up and we got ourselves out of there!
Managed to make it back to the car park in one piece only to find that the SatNav (which ...
... soldiers that could not be identified after the battle for Ieper. The story goes that 200000 bodies were buried under a thin layer of soil in 1920. A company was hired to clean up the site and were awestruck at the number of bodies found. This was the battle of Ieper (Ypres)! The actual sheer numbers of dead soldiers in the battle hit us as we walked around the cemetery. This battle was unbelievable and it was clear once again ...
Today the group traveled to the diamond district since we had a reservation first thing in the morning. We ended up getting turned down at the place because we did not have our passports for identification. Also, the employees mentioned that we were dressed too casual. Neither of these criteria were communicated to us so we turned away and followed our (wonderfully prepared) tour guide on an impromptu trip to a different place in Antwerp where we ...
... probably on mini weekend vacays. The other thing we noticed was the abundance of orange everywhere....the color for Holland's soccer (football) team. And what do you know, there was a game vs. Denmark that everyone was already celebrating and getting ready for so we decided to go to a bar and join in on the fun with the locals. After a quick lunch at the most amazing falafel place ever, Maoz (super cheap and unlimited veggie toppings and ...
... people were allowed to bring their pets on the trains!
On our way out of Antwerp, we crossed off the last item on our list, looking up the Billionaires Street - Cogels Osylei. The street is in an area that was developed at the end of the 19th century by two wealthy entrepreneurs for the billionaires of their time, and has magnificent old art nouveau houses. The area also has a number of Afrikaans street names, named in honour of the ...