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... friendly and keen to see that visitors had an enjoyable visit. Not having any Dutch or French language skills is no barrier as most people speak English, their 3rd language.
The prime reason we came to Antwerp was the dance competition. Kieren and Emily danced on the last day of the event. It was a very full on day, starting at 9.00 am and finishing almost 12 hours later. They got through the grading ...
... all games, no matter how interested she is to start out. Joe agreed that this was a good choice for a "together" day, so we arrived just after the museum opened. The museum is one of multiple museums in the Cinquantenaire park that was built to celebrate Belgium's 50th anniversary as an independent country. Autoworld and Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History are two other museums in the park.
We took a vote as to which ...
... bad. I kinda just hung around for a bit listening to music and writing until it hit 9pm, and went outside, and met up with Samir, with whom I met in Krakow. Jumped in the car, and headed off to a bar kind of around the central area, had a couple of drinks whilst listening to the live jazz band from outside, and caught up. Exchanging stories, telling him about my trip since the last time we spoke and then had a conversation I love having back home with my ...
... Belgium was not necessarily on my travel radar, but since I was only 90 minutes by train from Paris, I thought I'd give it a go. The only thing I knew about Belgium was their beer, chocolates, and apparently where fried potatoes were invented - not French Fries, but Belgian Fries. I also knew that Brussels was the de facto capital of the European Union.
I didn't have much planned in ...
We had about a half-day tour of Brussels that included the Atomium (a reproduction of an iron molecule magnified 165 billion times), built in 1958 for the World Expo. It has been remodeled and is now covered with stainless steel. A popular tourist attraction, it is not uncommon to see people standing with both arms in the air being captured on film as ...