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After a light lunch we took a gentle stroll into the city though the cobbled streets with a great atmosphere to them and saw a narrow gauge tram system. The speed it was going at was unbelievable!
The biggest most magnificent building that towered above Antwerp is the Notre dame Cathedral. It obviously still works as a church but to get more use out of the building it is was being used as an art gallery as well. We did not go in ...
... an excellent view from the apartment anyway.
This is where our Brussels journey ends. After the Atomium, we went back to retrieve our things and head for the train station. The trip was amazing, and I am so glad we picked a lesser-known city to meet Jessie in because it made the trip all the more interesting and memorable.
I am sitting here on a train to Paris to meet my family for a week and a half of more awesome adventures, and I am just in awe ...
... We had to wait in our first queue today! I'm glad it hasn't been like this the whole time. It was to get our ticket to Hoorn in Holland for tomorrow. We also went to the zoo which had lions and tigers and bears and heaps of other animals which was sweet, it is one of the oldest zoos in the world. We also saw some more sweet old squares and buildings like usual, we will bore you with old building photos when we get ...
... retrieves my Kindle. I could have kissed her! Now I can continue reading the riveting “World War Z” (a zombie novel) on my homeward journey to Chicago!
There must be a lesson to be learned here about getting deeply involved in conversation with a gorgeous German named Albrecht! Didn’t he steal a famous “Ring” once? But that Albrecht was a dwarf, and not nearly so ...
... Europe, not Britain.
As the end of my trip nears, the time approaches with a jumble of thoughts and emotions in my head. I am looking forward to going home – about that there is no doubt, but as I looked out from the bridge this morning at the gently nodding bow, with the clouds scurrying across a rain swept sky, and a hint of brightness several miles over on the starboard bow, with the grey sea all around for as far as the eye can see, I know there ...