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... than all targets during the entire war combined. After the war, Antwerp, which already had a sizable Jewish population before the war, once again became a major European center of Orthodox Judaism. It is to this day the diamond wholesale capital of the world. Today's ride was much more enjoyable as we didn't have to fight head winds, and in general there was much more to see. We rode through many small towns. They are so different from other European cities that ...
... strips in French, Dutch and English, the full range of comic art is covered, including science fiction, wild west, crime and politics, as well as children's comics such as The Smurfs. It also has several exhibits on Belgium's most famous comic ...
We arrived very early in the morning and spent our 1 day wandering the town centre.
Scotland were playing Belgium that evening in a world cup qualifier so although the city centre was very pretty it did resemble a giant Scottish stag party as lots of overweight drunk men in kilts singing football songs took over the centre.
Then one last early morning to catch the Eurostar to London.
... Bar. When I entered, I heard the chill sounds of some house music playing. Although it was quite empty, the feel was exactly what I was looking for. I ordered an Entrecôte, that came with a cesare salad and some chips on the side. It hit the spot! I swallowed my meal in what felt like just under 15 minutes but found myself just sitting there enjoying the music and ambiance.
After my ...
... remained in tact and utilised by locals and visitors with a restaurant at the top and galleries in various sections within the structure. All of this resembles a stainless steel atom!
After our day of exploration we wandered back to the train station meeting up with JP, GN & OP and headed home. As we wandered back to the train station we came across the most photographed section of ...