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Friday, October 10, 2014 We left home at 3:45 in the afternoon. Our driver, Danny, drove to East Northport to pick up Marsha and Herb on our way to JFK. Our Delta flight to Brussels, Belgium left on time. The flight was 7 hours and 15 minutes. We arrived 30 minutes ahead of schedule. Saturday, October 11, 2014 After going through customs and retrieving our luggage we were ...
... tattooed extremely relaxed little dude
Josh - Looks like a surfie, also very chilled, Joel's mate and went to tafe with Vaughn
Bambi - Like Josh but quiet, looks baked 24/7
Steve & Jackie - Couple from their tour, great fun together
Frank the pom - Just happened to be tenting there, over the top but has his moments
Frank buys some bikkies from Josh, they are blue clovers and the boys have all had theirs. I don't have mine until about ...
... meeting 24 other people taking the same river cruise. Everyone was very nice and chatted as we waited for the others to arrive. We then proceeded to drag our bags over to some elevators to get all of us and our stuff down two floors so we could exit the building and walk to the bus. The weather in Brussels was dreary but warm.
The ride to the hotel took about 45 min. We didn’t see anything particularly interesting on the way except that there seemed ...
... nothing sounded better to us at the moment. We decided to splurge and get a bottle of wine, which was 25 euro and the only option. After getting our bottle of wine and sushi the waitress told us they were closing in 25 minutes. There was no way in hell that we were going to let the 25 euro bottle of wine go to waste so we started downing the wine like it was our job. Finally we finished our sushi and wine just in time and left the ...
... br> I didn't clue in right away that a plane was having trouble landing. This is serious - a huge chunk of metal with people on board was at several tens of thousands of feet and couldn't get down. I'd had an extremely long week and just wanted to catch my flight to Munich and get to bed. Delays be damned. The Swiss businessman next to me sighed. "Super!" he said sarcastically, and then mimed sticking his finger down his throat. The other passengers ...