Mercure Antwerpen Centrum Opera
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the beginning of WW1 for Belgium and Antwerp. There was a maritime museum detailing the history of Antwerp docks and another one showing some of the works that the museum posses which are not on display but they showed how they were kept and also a lot of the exhibits are owned by individuals and also the maritime museum of great Britain have paintings there as well. The old castle used to be the museum and apparently a lot of people wanted it ...
... have the opportunity to visit them even on the other side of the world!
Now for something a little more meaningful and personal, considering the only people that read this are probably my close friends, and if you have gotten this far in the entry, you are DEFINITELY my close friend or family member. I’ve felt a little insecure and unsure about being myself lately, which never was a problem in the past. Being with Jessie put me at ease and reminded ...
... always fun if you want to out and enjoy the club scene, myself I prefer shopping here. They have different stores then we do and I find it to be cheaper. I once found a pair of jeans for 7 euros at pull and bear! It made my day J
Antwerp is also good when it comes to eating out, but my kids love them a round of Mc Donalds. What can I say.,…
If you are looking for some diamonds Antwerp is also the place to be. You do need to drive a ...
You may recall that I mentioned in my last post that a gorgeous German settled in next to me on the airplane. I can modestly say that we slept together! LOL I was correct in my impression that he was eager to talk, and after we both roused from a solid sleep we launched into a great conversation. He is working as a program manager in external relations for the European Commission in their Africa/EU ...
... during the day. I would have thought that those on board whose body clocks must be acclimatised to such matters would take the changes in their stride. But at 15.20 this afternoon the Chief Mate appeared on the bridge and as soon as he opened the door from the internal stairway and could see out towards the bow, swore in German. He then said in English, "I thought it was night time. I’m too early" and after being offered coffee by the 2nd ...