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... works coming from the Gothic and Renaissance period in the Netherlands and Belgium, including paintings by Pieter Brueghel the Elder.
I am now at the end of my stay in Brussels, but even then, this is not the end of my stay in the ...
... in gave her our change from our cab. We grabbed our things and moved off into the station to have a cup of tea and coffee while we waited for our glorious exit from this city. Note, although not well signed two coffee shops sitting side by side will not let you sit in their chairs and tables unless you buy something from them, so after about three cups of tea I was busting when it was to run to the correct cabin of our train. Having to guess ...
... yet no AUS flag – grrr). I then walked about 50m and was in another square with an even more impressive building. It was the city church that towered above every other building in the city (including the first ‘skyscraper’) and reminded me of the ‘duomo’ in Milan due to it’s architectural design. By this time I had seen almost all of Antwerp and decided it ...
... total flight time was scheduled to be about 6:50 mins. Our Airbus 330 was relatively new, and had touchscreen on demand movies for us to watch. The selection was surprisingly quite good and current. We got served chicken curry for a meal with yoghurt and naan. It was pretty damn good for airline food. Eventually we arrived at Belgium, and had to unload off the plane, while it refuels.
At the Belgium airport, Felicia and both ordered these awesome ...
And hup out of the bed again!
After an exhausting day in Bruges and the north sea, we had to get up early (failed btw) to prepare Skiwi's birthday.
My family was coming over for dinner, and I wanted the appartment clean.
Luckily I was in a cleaning mode, so we cleaned literilly every centimeter of the appartement.
At 4pm we finally ...
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