B&B Big Sleep
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Paris). The memory of the trip was so good, she had a bear (symbolizing the rugged nature of Canada, and a maple leaf tattooed on her right arm, amongst her other tattoos.
By now we feel like locals when it comes to riding the rails from city to city, although this was the first time we had to buy a ticket from the Belgian ticket machines. It was just as easy as the Dutch ones… the first thing you do is press "EN" for the ...
... tram --- yikes !! Judy speed reads in English - can she do it in French?
What a day! Between us we managed to find and read all the pertinent signs and directions, exchange some prepurchased train tickets in Paris, and scramble onto various modes of transport with mere minutes to spare. Arrived at our hotel feeling a little smug but knowing we were a couple of lucky travelers.
Met some of our tour group at happy hour . Going to be ...
Came out of the windmill to find the weather had deteriorated. Ponchos worth their weight in gold!
Ghent/Gent. Found the address, the drop box with the keys and into the garage. That was a shock to the system, especially Pauls. The space allocated for parking was at such an angle and so small that it was debatable if the car would fit. Fortunately, under ...
... the Haagen Dazs restaurant again, but thought better of it. I'll grab a coffee from it in the morning instead. Back to the room! Honestly didn't know what I should do first. TV, bath, plug iPod into Bose docking station? Settled on watching The World's End again on TV while I ate my sandwich. Then I had an amazing bubble bath while listening to Tom Waits and a shower, for good measure. Used every product available and then relaxed and put my sore feet up. Hope I can sleep here this ...
... a bit more around town, stopping at a pharmacy for some eye drops, then started to make our way back to the tram stop. But when we got there we decided we wanted to walk a bit more, so we kept going on foot, following the tracks so we didn't get lost. We thought when we got sick of walking we would just jump on at the next stop, but we ended up walking all the way back. It was a pretty chilly night, but it was fine as long as you kept moving! And it was pretty too, with ...