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... and up a continuous escalator we made it to the top and I’ll be honest…Antwerp’s skyline isn’t the greatest but the idea is nice and the building was pretty cool.
We headed for dinner but the restaurants were quite pricey so we ended up at a ‘gourmet’ burger joint which provided a platform for many laughs. So much so I had to resort to wearing my sunglasses to hide the fact I was crying with ...
... with a can of tuna from dinner and decided I'd tackle Da Vinci again. Hopefully it wasn't going to be third time lucky.
Ok - made it and it was very interesting. Some Italians thought it was their right to jump in front and also touch some of the exhibits - WARNING WARNING - what are they going to be like in their country? Hmmm. The mind boggles.
On the way home found Pierre Marcolini to purchase some Belgian chocolates ...
Today the group traveled to the diamond district since we had a reservation first thing in the morning. We ended up getting turned down at the place because we did not have our passports for identification. Also, the employees mentioned that we were dressed too casual. Neither of these criteria were communicated to us so we turned away and followed our (wonderfully prepared) tour guide on an impromptu trip to a different place in Antwerp where we ...
... of Indonesian women carrying a small child begging you for money… literally every 50 feet
4) Most of the streets are very narrow and cobblestone, so cars are not allowed on them… much safer!
First I ate a waffle with strawberries and chocolate… obviously! Then saw The Grand Place (town center), Hotel de Ville (Town hall), walked through the fashion district and the Galeries ...
... people were allowed to bring their pets on the trains!
On our way out of Antwerp, we crossed off the last item on our list, looking up the Billionaires Street - Cogels Osylei. The street is in an area that was developed at the end of the 19th century by two wealthy entrepreneurs for the billionaires of their time, and has magnificent old art nouveau houses. The area also has a number of Afrikaans street names, named in honour of the ...