Novotel Antwerpen Noord
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... and couldn’t get off until we’d reached the junction at the end of the road and across a long bridge. People were driving passed us laughing away and we drove passed a couple of very confused people waiting at bus stops. Not ideal driving conditions for Jessy or the kind of situation she wished to be in. I kept us calm (whilst silently freaking out) and we got outta’ there (sort of). We
eventually found a place to turn ...
We have had a slower start today due to the aforementioned beer ... But we bought some cereal and milk in town yesterday so we have had a cheaper and healthier breakfast to start. We got on the metro to head to the sound end of the city to find a flea market. They sold all sorts of different things but most of it was old crockery and clothes. Some of it was beautiful and some was just weird! From here we headed back to ...
... It didn't help that my cab driver got lost trying to find the bus and I couldn't help him in the least bit. If this situation taught me anything it's to drink a ton of fresh water, stay away from bad food, and get an international calling plan.
I did pick up on some cultural differences in the cab besides the language. It was my first and only time being in a car in Europe and needless to say it was completely different from being on a ...
Wow what a full on day I've had today. Left by train from Dordrecht to Antwerp and had a busy time looking around. Missed out on the MoMu Museum as they were in between exhibitions but all along the streets were the designer label shops but unfortunately or fortunately they were closed as Belgian had a public holiday today. Went through the Rubenshuis which has so much art work from ...
... a network of bridges and dikes. We had a short stop by one of Holland’s seadikes to admire the work and to stretch our legs, and another short stop in Zeeland's capital, Middelburg to find Lange Jan church.
From then on, on the way to Rotterdam, we were vigilantly looking for Hotels, as this leg was also not prebooked in order to leave flexibility in our schedule. Around 5:30 we found some sort of lodge-looking place, but it turned out to be some ...