Travel Blogs from Antwerp
Tried to think of what I am actually going to do in South America, 2months to get from Rio to Lima and so many things to see in between, and a big distance to get by.. The initial plan, which may be overenthusiastic and will most likely not be the route followed, I made up because of other peoples stories, convenience and the ...
... was travelling alone but visiting with people in Paris and Amsterdam. Like me, he made a last minute decision to stay in Brussels. Earlier, he had gone to a nearby store and noticed that one beer in particular was flying off the shelf. He asked the worker why and she told him that it has been ranked the "best beer in the world." So he bought one bottle for 12€ and chose a couple others beers to try. He offered to let me sample some, so we ...
... is very well lite. When you get to the
other side there is another elevator to take you back up to street
level. How great is that?
We got to the campground across the
river from Antwerp, had dinner and the skies opened up. We knew it
was coming. Tomorrow it is suppose to be cooler.
Internet spots are few and far between
at this point so, there will be days that you don't hear from us.
... ve gotten spoiled on these flat as a pancake cycle paths next to the canals. It can get a bit boring (and ******* the knees) to only ride on flat land, but riding without any cars is a treat. We met a Belgium cyclist along the way - Stefan. Great guy. We chatted a bit, and he helped us at one tricky part of the path. We rolled into Gent right around lunchtime.
What a sight to behold in the center ...
Flew from Dubrovnik to Brussels today. I was worried about
being able to wakeup and leave the house at 6. Luckily, I wokeup naturally at
5:15 (wayyyy to bright out), was bored, so I showered and got ready and got to
the bus stop almost an hour ahead of schedule… Yah I rock. I watched some
Andrew CK Hilarious at ...