Novotel Antwerpen Noord
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- Minbar in room
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
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- Banquet room
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... god…full on exposed everything. Just the whole thing poking out of his jeans. I tried to
just walk passed and pretend I didn’t see and Jess grabbed hold of me (like I was her shield – thanks Jess!) and we quickly detoured into a beautiful old courtyard which was part of the Sint Janshospital (Old St. John’s Hospital).
When we decided it was safe to leave we headed for the Old Market Square and had some ...
... a number going our way. We were first directed to one bus, then it was full and we had to go to another bus, it did not have two seats together but had several single seats available. Once I indicated that I would sit in one of them the man in the seat offered Marg his, I must have appealed to his chivalry, as we could both sit together. The only other explanation was that I frightened him off.
Then we hit the road, it was drizzling rain and it was ...
... the brewing process. I am a very big Belgian Beer fanatic so this was certainly a memorable highlight of the trip for me. The Moortgat family began their brewing business over a century ago and has worked tirelessly to perfect it's usage of hops, yeast, and barley to generate a world renown top shelf beer. The tour guide within the brewery was very well educated and had walked us through the entire plant from ...
... her, it was absolutely delicious, but so rich.
Then we went in search of the medieval street with big timber doors that Antwerp was famous for - Vlaeykensgang. Stopping at a few more chocolate stores along the way. After a bit of searching, and a lot of asking for its location, we found it - unfortunately they were doing restoration work on it, and we couldn’t go in. It really did seem like half of Europe was under construction. We got lost so ...
... about the diamond district. Sheila sent me off for awhile to forage for Belgian beer, which I was glad to do. I was pleasantly surprised to find that great Trappist beers can be had for a couple of Euros or less; these tend to be sold in the $4-$7 range when bought in the US.
As with so many places on our fast tour through western Europe, we didn't have enough time to spend there. Yet another place I'll need to return to.