City Apartments Antwerpen
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Returning home we decided to visit Antwerp on our way. Parked our car in a very central car park and strolled round the historic pebbled streets to the river side following a religious procession complete with brass band and declaiming priest. Onwards to Bruges ,one of our favourite cities, for the night and the obligatory moules frites and delicious beer in a proper ...
... stunning and Stewart mention some old Painter named Rubens had painted him not once but 5 different times in 5 different poses talk about getting about he was like us he just kept visiting different places so you could say he was the very first tourist.
After this little tour we started walking and walking and walking and Stewart asked Judy how much further and she said just like and Aussie oh just around the next corner,so we kept on going like the every ...
... a thing you do in Brussels ( i and Baz could of done that for them and they would not have to have looked for anything).
After following signs etc we finally spotted a mob of tourist crossing road and followed them soon were were there mind u the shops on either side of the street were full of imposters how dare they pretend to be the real thing plus they were selling their souls to the demon god of money ( oi stupid what the hell do you think we are stuffed and ...
... museum. This was really cool. It opened my eyes a bit to the world of comics. I never realized how big it was or that you could get so many types. They had everything from Tin Tin to some incredibly graphic adult comics. I think I prefer Tin Tin.
Next we stopped for waffles and then headed just around the corner to the famous Manneken Pis fountain. This is the fountain that is a baby peeing. This is not really what I expected and to be honest, I didn’t recognize it at ...
Early on Saturday morning we left our apartment and walked to the station, and caught a train to Brussels which takes 2.5 hours. We arrived at 9:40, and started off by leaving our luggage at the station so we wouldn't have to lug it around all day. Our first sight on our plan was the museum of armaments and military history, which was a short metro ride away. This museum was really cool – even Ioana found it interesting (and it was free!). They had ...