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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Meal plan
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Well what's new, missed a day , to be honest though Monday was my hardest day, getting bitten again the previous day the bites had turned nasty and a touch of cellulitis as is the case when bitten ensued and by the end if the day I felt pretty ******, yesterday took me from the Island South of Rotherham sorry Rotterdam to my final site at Camping Liesbos (didn't see any) but the inspector as ...
... we went supermarket shopping. On the way back to the barge the rain started again and in fact continued for the rest of the day. I went for a walk for a couple of hours later, saw a couple of churches that I wanted to visit, but they were well locked up : (
Had a very nice dinner and then 2 bed as a 6:30am start for tomorrow ...
... and went to some markets. Most things are closed on Sundays like all cities in Europe. Around 3 I headed to the Antwerp Zoo. It is literally connected to the train station and is in the middle of the city. THe zoo was GREAT! I have been to the London and Paris zoo but this was so much better. It is not a gigantic zoo, but the exhibits are well done and the animals were active. I was able to see all of the ones I wanted to see. It is a must go if you ever ...
... back for a very quick change and then off to the party!
From what I remember about the party, it was all good fun! Very nice bar, nice people (was glad that I had met some of Sas's friends before and that they are all so nice and easy to talk to - plus that they are happy to chat in English all evening!) - good food, dancing etc. Shame I am so bad at holding my Belgium beer - need ...
... on their bikes, watching the constant foot traffic of quite a diverse ethnic cross section of people going about their lives - kids going to school, moms going to the stores, dads going to their jobs, families going to their places of worship, teens going shoppping, on and on and on........... And then there's the more personal side of daily activities: walking pretty much every morning down the street to pick up bread ...