Scott, Ivan, Danny and myself found a weekend to go an adventure together. We decided to go to Trier in Germany. We spent half a day there.
When I passed Antwerp International Airport (ANR, Internationale Luchthaven Antwerpen) by train, I remembered I filmed landing at our little airport in 2016.
After the bums of Saint Petersburg in Russia, the dangling dongs at the British Museum in London captivated my attention.
After years of closure the Vlaams Tram- en Autobusmuseum (VlaTAM) or Flemish Tram and Bus Museum reopens on Sunday 16 June.
Westminster Abbey is a major landmark of London. The place for coronations, weddings and funerals, the Abbey is arguably the head church for the monarchy and the state of the United Kingdom.
At the end of our April London trip, Steve and I wanted afternoon tea before taking the Eurostar back to Belgium. As I read promising things about the German Gymnasium‘s Germanic take on this quintessential British activity at The Londonist, we booked a table well in advance for Sunday at 2PM.
Darklands, formerly known as Leather & Fetish Pride Belgium, will take place from 4 to 9 March 2020 in Antwerp. The organisation announced the dates.
In recent years the Antwerp Pride parade on the Saturday of the event started at Waterpoort in the Zuid (South) neighbourhood of Antwerp. Via the Gedempte Zuiderdokken it took LGBTQI’s to the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp to the river Scheldt. It ended at the Steen (Stone) castle, where the afterparty was held….
As we had a morning to spend in London, Steve and I decided to head to the British Museum, being near the Crowne Plaza London Kings Cross and St Pancras International for the Eurostar.
Last year, Steve and I stayed at the InterContinental London – The O2. This year we wanted to try something else, but preferably with lounge access and a swimming pool. So we booked a night at Crowne Plaza London Kings Cross.