Hotel Saint Michel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... bus was on time, we would have made it to the airport with just the amount of time. The bus was half an hour late, and no taxi's were available. Madi was pretty much having kittens because we were still at Red Cow 30mins before our flight took off, and it takes 25mins on the bus to the airport. When we finally caught the bus, we sprinted as soon as the bus doors opened at the airport. We ran as fast as we could to get our visa stamp, anxiously waited in ...
... Very small, but somehow world famous. Guess that is what happens when you can't stop going to the bathroom. Since it is raining, he is dressed up in a rain suit, which is pretty entertaining. Following the walk, wander aimlessly through the area and find a place called the Waffle Factory with a decent line. As it is around lunch time, decide what the heck, waffles! Order a croc-waf (ham and cheese sandwhich in a waffle) and a waffine (waffle ...
... seeing the various stages of the drawings, the ways in which comics are created (they showed the evolution from pencil and paper through the electronic tablets) and the reflections of the artists themselves. I also got to meet Lucky Luke, and while he was just a statue most likely made by a random person and not the original artist, my inner child was content to believe that it was the real Lucky Luke from the cartoon. ...
... stroller was stuck on the tram tracks. Maureen channeled Gordie from the movie, Stand By Me, when she yelled, "TRAM!" Isla jumped out and all was fine. She commented that I was unusually calm. That's because I didn't know a tram was approaching until she yelled. The second trip to Antwerp was to the zoo, which is one of the oldest in Europe. It was nicely landscaped but a basic zoo. On the day we changed plans due to the train strike, we ...
... of the religious wars during the 1500s one can see the parallels today between Islam and Christianity. The ridiculous craziness continues unabated! When are we going to learn? Well enough of that.
It’s past our meeting time as we spent longer in the treasury than planned. Becky and Peter were waiting for us so we headed to the Isis Hotel by the parking garage to use their WC (cost 50 cents each but they are clean) and then in to get the car. About 5:30 (in the midst ...