Mercure Antwerpen Centrum Opera
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... made soup and quiche.
Not particularly in the mood for more art museums, we ended up going into the old butcher's guild hall, which now houses a large collection of musical instruments. They had an interesting set-up: a pda that gave brief info on several of the exhibit pieces, as well as recordings of the instruments being played. In some instances, there were touchscreens that would sync-up with the pda (at least, about half of them did, the other ...
In the morning, Sofie from Bimpex picked us up (in the flash Merc) to go to the train station, because Eddy was disgusted that we had walked the 15min to our hotel the morning before! We left a box of chocolates for Eddy, but it was very little for the great time we had the previous day. Trains in Belgium are very efficient and run on time, we were soon in Brussels North Station, the only problem now was ...
... over at
Singapore - the airport there is amazing.
It took us 15 mins just to get across the terminal from our landing gate
to our departure gate. Again the plane
left on time. We arrived at sunrise
(about 6.00 am) in Helsinki, Finland.
What an amazing touch down with snow everywhere. Yep first time to see actual snow! The city was covered in it and the runways
were cleared with snow ploughs. We had a
2 hour stop over - the airport ...
... beer. Apparently it doesn’t close until 4am on Sunday mornings, because all of a sudden, we looked at the time and it was after 3. I’d say it was a solid way to kick off our European tour.
We needed to see Mannekin Pis and a few other things before we headed to Bruges, and let’s just say that if it weren’t for the alarm, we wouldn’t have gotten up until the middle of the afternoon. Our first stop was to get kebabs. I had been raving ...
... courtesy of the Chief Engineer and a fire drill this afternoon with a make believe fire and casualty in the engine room. We were observers for the main part but from the deck. We had first hand experience of the emergency generator being fired up (made by Caterpillar – it is about 2 metres high and 3 metres long, so a chunky bit of kit) and it makes quite a racket when you are standing beside it.
As you can see, we have had quite a day today ...