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... It is a beautiful and fun town that I definitely want to return to! There were a few Belgian students that joined us in Germany just to tell us about Belgium, and one of them showed us around for the first half of the day. We saw the city center, some of the churches, views of the river we were docked in, a castle, an old monastery, a museum, and of course a pub! I got to try some famous Belgian waffles, some ...
... be able to board Etihad's business class cabin for the rest of the trip! The whole experience was an absolute delight. Amazing service, food, seating/bedding. By the time we finally landed in Brussels 27 hours after we began our journey, it already felt like we had had a holiday. The only downside was the lack of priority luggge, with the business class passengers the last to receive ...
... automobiles from the late 19th century until the seventies, including Minervas, such models as a 1928 Bentley, a 1930 Bugatti and a 1930 Cord and several limousines which belonged to the Belgian royal family. I also visited the Royal ...
I saw a bunch of people half asleep in very uncomfortable metal chairs
in one area so I headed that way and found a seat. I sat clutching my camera
and just waiting and watching everything pass with absolutely no idea what I
was going to do.
The airport was more run down than I’d expected. Usually the airports
are the highlight of a country and are quite modern but not Casablanca airport.
It was dark and dingy, not helped by ...
... up one morning in Brussels and pretty much decided to go to Antwerp for the day, taking advantage of the sunny weather. Similarly, I walked to the train station, bought a return ticket and figured it out once I got there. After a quick 45 minute train ride, I arrived into Antwerp's Central Station, I was immediately greeted by a familiar sight. I had never been here before, but recalled a scene from one ...