TOP Hotel Hyllit
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a mini swiss army knife, we eventually got them on. Not entirely sure if we even did it right but it will have to do! We went into the station to grab some breakfast and then back to the car. As I was getting into the car, I somehow, in a very spectacular fashion, managed to drop my coffee so it splattered all on the inside of Jess’ mini door and all over the door of the empty car next to us. Mini Phil was cleaned up pretty sharpishly but ...
... exhausting the streets of Brugges we decided that it was time today goodbye and headed back to collect our bags form the Aragon. We refilled water bottles, did toilets stops and headed to the bus stop as the walk in had been difficult across the cobblestones. The girl at the hotel had said that the bus fare was €2 so we decided that it was worth the cost. And it was. We actually got more than we bargained for as the driver thought he was in a Formula 1 racing car ...
Today provided us with some unforeseen required self-entertainment. It was a "later" start than most days which was a relief. We arrived in the diamond district of Antwerp shortly before 10:00AM to be denied entrance into our first presentation of AWDC. We unfortunately were told we would not be allowed in and thanks to the quick improvisation of our tour guide Daniel, managed to tour to other local shops and ...
... looked quite bleak but functional, but the whole outlook was quite grey.
Breakfast at the Zum Shiffern (the Bum Sniffer as Michele calls it) at Dusseldorf Train Station was the highlight of the morning. After an hour we dodged the beggars on the platform and caught the train to Cologne to spend another hour wandering around the station dodging the beggars we'd dodged last week and finally caught the train to Brussels. We found a compartment ...
... was just beginning to rise. Mari called Anthony to send her love on their anniversary. We had cornflakes for breakfast, which Wikus and Susan did the big trek for the previous evening when they walked for miles in search of a supermarket.
We checked out, packed our stuff in the car and then went in search of Antwerp's Grootemark (Town square). We were quite amused to find an Australian home made icecream shop in Antwerp, although we were not ...