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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 ...
... stood out - except for Brainy Smurf smoking a joint (but I hardly think that is appropriate for a 13 yr old).
And the people in Brussels also seem to know how to party - if the noise going all night outside in the streets was anything to go by. I understood nothing of the loud conversations I could hear , but they certainly sounded like they were having a good time (must have been the beer)?
... 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 ...
... overnight train. Somehow, it worked out. I spent the day showing Alec all around Brussels being all touristy which was nice because I didn't get to do it often. First, we visited the Auto Museum because Alec is a car buff. Autoworld is located in the Parc Cinquantenaire which is absolutely stunning especially in the morning fog. The next stop we made was Place Jourdan for some delicious frites at Maison Antoine, which is NECESSARY when you come to Brussels. ...
... collector came to our seats he unfolded our rail passes, studied them and saw that we hadn’t filled out our schedule. He threatened a 100€ fine for this omission. In our trips through the Loire Valley no one ever came to check for tickets and so it was surprising to find a ticket collector who would be so strict. I explained that the woman behind the ticket counter at the Paris train station stamped our ...