City Apartments Antwerpen
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... with just enough time to head up to the 10th story panoramic viewing roof of the MAS museum. the displays looked interesting but not this time. By 12:30 we were back on board and ready to spend the afternoon cruising out of the port, through several locks heading to our first stop in the Netherlands at Willemstad. It was a very pleasant afternoon sitting in the sunshine at the back of the ship out of the wind watching the port of Antwerp and the river banks flow by. After the ...
... easy enough, with the city being quite compact and walkable. Made a mental note to try some beer while here, as every building seems to have a shop that sells it. Settling into our hotel, we admired the panoramic view of Brussels before setting out to find a supermarket to stock up our kitchenette. Armed with several foreign delicacies, we wandered back in the sunshine to settle in for the night in our twin beds pushed together, ready to explore the city properly ...
... the fries shop, for our first Belgian fries, then kept wandering while we ate them. They were ok, but not really anything special... But we only had mayonnaise with them (which is the standard here) so maybe we'll have to try more with a different sauce. We ended up walking through a bit of an arcade, which was full of chocolate shops! Mmmm! They smelt amazing, but we didn't go in, as our budget for that day was very small! Some of the shops even ...
... tour with a pretty interesting guy 'Gus' . I think he’d had a few 13% ers pre-tour! We visited the windmills on the borders of the old town, which are alongside the canals, and a walked along a very pretty path. Pauly dared Ben to run down a really steep hill, which of course he did, onto a cobblestone road and has now been limping around with a sore foot for the last couple of days! From Brugge we caught the train to Brussels, theft free as we ...
... basically just falafel in a burger bun) were nice enough and we managed to get some of our favourite Whole Earth drinks, everything was massively overpriced, the service verging on rude and the cafe seemed pretentiously obsessed with celebrities (they had several walls with photos of their famous visitors, with Moby taking pride of place and then being mentioned in the menu more than once).
Overall, though, Antwerp was well worth stopping off in for a few hours!