B&B Big Sleep
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... dancing and talking, and all of a sudden Wild Rover started playing. I was so excited to finally hear that song outside of a renaissance fair. I had to explain to Sylwia what all the excitement in the pub was about. We met some other students from the University of Ghent at that bar, all of whom where wearing sashes with their region or hometown on it for some celebration. I spoke with ...
... to find them for me) so I sent an email off to get a username/password to do the test, then we headed downstairs. Karina was making pancakes, and made us some apple and sultana pancakes, which were pretty yummy! Then she had to practice some facepainting again, so while Darren practiced his scales on guitar, I got turned into a beautiful butterfly! It took only 7 minutes, which she was worried about, because it was apparently too ...
We returned to Ghent on Sunday to meet up with some new friends. (Thank you so much Leslie Butler for introducing us.)
We needed to catch the 10:00 train, so we had time Sunday morning for a "special" breakfast of scrambled eggs and pastries, which Joe and the kids found at a local pastry shop. Then we headed out via metro to the central train station and a fast train to Ghent. The fast train doesn't ...
It was a very early start to the day. My train was leaving at 6:30am, so I had to get up at 5:15am, and my god that was a struggle. Got onto the wrong carriage, so once the train arrived at the next stop, I had to jump off and jump back on the next section of carriages, otherwise I wouldn't end up where I needed my connection. With only four hours sleep, I slept for a majority of the first train ride. Once I got into Kӧln Hbf, ...