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... several little coffee shops all joined
together. People were milling around
drinking coffee and beer!
To board our flight for Munich,
we were taken by bus into the middle of the runway - giving way to Jumbos and
other air craft, as you do, to reach our plane.
It was rather cold (-50 C) given that we didn't have any
coats on but once on the aircraft it was okay.
We ended up with a window seat, which in one way ...
... so if you make time for them, they will certainly make time for you. But you have to initiate the contact – you are the ‘odd one’ - they are a team – a team that will accept you but you have to go to them.
English is the language of the sea (and air come to that) so there is no problem communicating on board. The food isn’t special, but you won’t starve. Communication with the outside world also varies but rest ...
... racing slide. It was so scary though because it was pitch black and you go so fast that the water sprays in your face. Just when you think you have swallowed as much waster as you can take and are going to drown you come to the end. Talk about exhilirating. Loved it. They also have whirlpools outside which were heated so while it was minus 4 outside we were still warm and swimming around.
Brussels was a beautiful city with amazing food. Maddie's favourite city.
... was enormous and unique and consisted of great architectural features including gold trim on several of the buildings. Michael and I were both awestruck and shocked and amazed. It was really indescribable and pictures do not nearly do it justice. We were convinced that this must be one of the most breathtaking and impressive places we had ever seen. Needless to say, I took many pictures from multiple angles.
Oh, I totally forgot to mention ...
The next day we did a little trip through Antwerp.
Jacob still needed to find his way around, and it seemed like a good idea to get a fresh nose and show him how beautiful the city is. (of course not as pretty as Aus, but that's an other story :))
So after a good night sleep, and a lazy morning we took the car and drove through the city to the Groenplaats.
Found a parking so off we go!
We started at the Eiermarkt, with the boerentoren, then we walked up ...