Ibis Gent Centrum Opera
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... out the Saint Nicholas Church where the paintings were stolen during the war. The movie, "Monument Men", is the story of how many of them were returned to the Church. Unfortunately, the paintings are only on display for holidays. We went into the church at 10:45 and they were arriving for services. There were only about 9 people there, but there was a choir singing as more people arrived. By the time we left, there were 20 or ...
... like an atom! It was very cool, and massive! We got some photos out the front of it, then bought our tickets and went inside. The first thing they did was put us in an elevator with a see-through roof and take us very quickly to the ball at the top of the structure, where they had windows all around the walls with great views over Brussels and the surrounding area. One side had a cool looking miniature park called Mini Europe, and we could see lots of miniature replicas ...
... chilled at the hostel and played cards and chatted to a couple of people, then had another early night (think all the walking and travelling is finally getting to us!), very sad about getting our final train with our pass tomorrow, but really enjoyed our last full day in Belgium and are hoping to see a little bit more of Antwerp before we get the train to Lille around ...
preoccupies herself with getting the children ready whilst a moment earlier she
had been talking away quite animated with her husband.
I grew more concerned as I began to board the flight and realised that
out of the very few tourists who seemed to be on this flight, every single one
of them was French. I could see the colour of their passports and could hear
them talking in rapid fire French and thought “****”. I’m ...
I studied the train map and departures times with my giant backpack on and Euro shoulder bag (hey don't make fun....Indiana Jones has one!) when I realized I had no idea how read the map. Europe apparently has two or four times as many train platforms as the US and Canada combined and I was somewhere in the middle! As I approached the ticket window I mustard up the courage to not speak but rather point to a half sheet of paper I found at an ...