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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of the pinny yet again).
We were ready and out with several other boats waiting for the road bridge to open spot on 10am. We went through it and went though the first dock to our next road bridge where we had to wait yet again. Then into the big docks that went on for miles. We were travelling north and the traffic was very busy with big barges and ocean going ships about us, dredgers were working and sea going tugs were in dry dock for repairs as well ...
... of us eventually gave her some money after her refusing profusely but still it saved us so much money as the tours are super expensive. She dropped us at train station and on we hopped the next train (a double decker one!!) to Brussels! A short walk from the station we got to our accommodation, (Brussels being super expensive for hostels we found a studio apartment for the same price!) we checked in and the place is really nice! Safe to say after 5minutes our bags had exploded, and ...
... and a free drink. The portion was small for the steak and drink. I'm learning to just enjoy food and not eat when I'm bored. We came back and I cleaned my clothes because a few of them were damp and starting to reek. I showered and then spoke with Nelia on viber. I read the hotel manual and you get a free shaving kit, complimentary tea and coffee and a sewing kit. God provides. I get a free shaving kit! ...
... house the museum of Antwerp maritime history, which in 2011 moved to the nearby Museum Aan de Stroom.
Finally, I visited the Rubenhuis, the former home and studio of Peter Paul Rubens, which is now a museum consisting of dozens of ...
... the highest rates of diamond cutting and polishing, with thousands of employees in the diamond business in the small city alone. The museum was very interesting and went through the stages of diamonds, the history of Antwerp and diamonds as well as finished products etc. After the diamond museum and the diamond mile I walked through a ‘rabbit park’ without seeing any rabbits at all, ...