Hotel Priorij Corsendonk
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... The Mode Museum is a textile museum. Over the centuries, Antwerp had a flourishing silk textile trade and produced material for many of the great fashion designers – Balenciaga, Givenchy, Yves St Laurent, Dior. The museum had a display of some the materials and finished designs and even the old soldier in Stu was impressed.
... and, after we all introduced ourselves, assigned us buddies. On most tours, you pick a buddy based on whoever's closest to you when the guide tells you to choose a buddy. Rolinka likes to assign buddies, and we have to figure out what compelled her to make the connections she did. On the Paris and the Heart of France tour, it was based on our star signs. I'll have to ask my buddy, Ivery Toussant, tomorrow if he's a Virgo.
We then had a quick orientation tour, during ...
... fried sausage with sauce and onions). I walked into a few second hand book stores with the intention of finding George Orwell's, Animal Farm, but no luck was had in that department. I think I was mainly in the kind of medieval part of Antwerp, which was really cool, especially when I spotted the Steen; a small castle like fortress that stood on the river with an awesome landscape view of what lay beyond Antwerp. ...
... After getting off the ferry in Rotterdam, me, Olivia, and three others from Georgia Tech Lorraine (GTL) find ourselves in Brussels central station and discover that there are no more trains that day back to Metz (where GTL is). Hence, they were all stuck in Brussels for the night. Luckily! They had me, so they didn't have to spend anything extra, just get up early and take the first train to Metz! However, one of the GTL people had a friend in town, and he ...
... br> 4:30pm arr. Bruxelles Midi
5:18pm dep. Bruxelles Midi
8:06pm arr. Amsterdam CS, Netherlands
This morning would be our third consecutive morning waking up in the dark, and today would be our longest day. We'd take three trains, connect at three subway stations and travel through four cities and three countries. I already made reservations and purchased our tickets; we’d have to be on ...