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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 ...
... P. Got some noses too, an amazingly sweet lolly that just exploded with syrupy goodness. I forget their actual name haha but it was good =). Got to a bar in the end and spent the rest of the night just hanging out with the awesome Belgian beers…mmm Duvel ftw. Was a bit nostalgic talking about all the guys from exchange, their canoe trip in the 2nd semester that we missed, the apparently disgusting state of David and ...
... 10 hours as we visited cute and fascinating little towns and villages, stopping to explore, or buy drinks and sit at the cafes. A longer day than planned so the meal we were going to prepare was put off and we ate potato chips on the return train journey then straight to bed. However, they had introduced us to local specialties along the way such as jambon d'Ardennes, strawberry and cherry beers.
Sun, a slower start then with Evy by train to Brugge. We wandered through ...
... art, this was a very big
museum and had lots of interesting statues on display. From this
museum I found the museum of musical instruments. This was an
interesting museum as the museum had lots of musical instruments and
you were given an audio guide that plugged into an outlet next to an
instrument and so you could listen to what the instrument sounded
like. They had instruments from all over the ...
... but I'm glad we didn't have to resort to a plan b. Now it was time to grab a train to Brussels, Belgium. We needed to get their quick because we now only had one day to spend in the city and we had to see as much as we could before we had to leave.
Taking the train to Brussels was nice becuase we got to sit down for a little while after running around the city of Amsterdam. The train was about 2 hours at the most. We got there during night and yet again had ...