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... as a Dutch and German girl who were studying together in Amsterdam. We had agreed earlier that our first night in Antwerp would be a quiet one, but that quickly changed when the Aussie girl convinced us to go out together in the city. We bought a pizza and ate that before commencing a few rounds of drinking games with the remaining vodka from the night before.
Downstairs we met some other hostel stayers who were also heading out that night and we left together ...
... s nothing like and having high expectations only to be let down at every corner.
It’s big draw for visitors is a replica statue of mannequin pis or little peeing boy. It’s so tiny and not really all that different than anything you’ve seen before. What caught my eye were the colorful chocolate mannequins in windows and the Neon green mannequin outside a waffle shop. Now that was cool. Although my first night was a ...
... this entertainment for weeks - there are so
many to chose from.
If I was one of those to buy an I LOVE PARIS tee shirt it would be
because of the live performance experiences.
The rain didn't disappoint, with rain jackets needed as we trudged
to the metro! Toby asked us to spot the fashion garments of each
country - for streetwear I'd say quilted rain jackets of all styles
from voluminous ponchos to brief bomber jackets, from the ...
... 8217;ll definitely be keeping an eye out during the next series.
A couple hours later, we finally arrive into Brussels. It was a fantastic journey, as we had the whole compartment to ourselves and the trains are brilliant. We made our way through Brussels Midi station and the short walk to our hotel right across from the station – much different than the time we last walked through the station outside and were practically skating through ...
... then accidentally found ourselves in the red light district. That was interesting. It comprised two small streets with a wide walking path that separated glass window storefronts in which either mostly naked or semi-naked or simply lingerie clad women sat in chairs or sat chatting to one another or putting on makeup. Many of the windows were empty and we only walked down one of the streets. I found it disturbing, but Maya did not. It wasn't the women per se because ...