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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
We started the day (Saturday) in a local "American style" donut shop as we had to get going earlier than everyone else was open- the cheese strudel was fine and the coffee also except in a paper cup! We went to Rubenhuis- he was much more affluent than poor Rembrandt- Peter Paul Ruben had several country estates; a beautiful home and studio here in …
We departed Den Haag for places south and found it fairly easy to do so . We went directly (or sort of indirectly to Delft- the famous "blue" porcelain manufacturing city. We managed to park within feet of the Olde Kerk (which is not unlike the leaning tower of Pisa); I parked on the edge of the canal and scarred myself enough to heavily use the …
... visited. Over the past 50 or so years, many of the lowlands have been drained, and towns have sprung up as part of planned developments. As a result, a majority of the homes look "new". We visited a dairy farm and a memorial to Canadian soldiers killed during World War II. Quite a bit of our ride took us through planted forest areas called Wouwse Plantage. We were scheduled to ride for 19 miles, but Carolyn and I wanted to add two more miles onto the ride, so we ...
... is very well lite. When you get to the
other side there is another elevator to take you back up to street
level. How great is that?
We got to the campground across the
river from Antwerp, had dinner and the skies opened up. We knew it
was coming. Tomorrow it is suppose to be cooler.
Internet spots are few and far between
at this point so, there will be days that you don't hear from us.
Flew from Dubrovnik to Brussels today. I was worried about
being able to wakeup and leave the house at 6. Luckily, I wokeup naturally at
5:15 (wayyyy to bright out), was bored, so I showered and got ready and got to
the bus stop almost an hour ahead of schedule… Yah I rock. I watched some
Andrew CK Hilarious at ...