Bed and Breakfast Longue Vie
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... its signage in English, I have had only 2 juices while being away, and this comes from normally having juice every day, so we went in and ordered juice and i found it funny that the servers English suggested they weren't able to read their own signage. Anyway, the boys wanted what every child in Belgium wants, hot chocolate, which they ordered. When it came it was hot milk with chocolate chips at the bottom, it looked cool and tasted really yum. ...
... was the same price as water which we thought was so funny but surprisingly there weren't any obnoxious drunks
- The main stage was a volcano with two waterfalls, a water canon, flowers, smoke and fire. There were a couple floating stages each with their own theme and decorations such as floating flowers and water from the ceiling, huge candy decorations etc. The second main stage was a butterfly and had a large ferris wheel behind it.
- We wanted to see Steve Aoki in a smaller ...
... a nice rose wine for dinner and then did face time with Erik...he got his acceptance to BCIT.Yeah! Today we slept in a bit again and then packed and tidied up the apt. Then it was off to Rue Neuve to buy some body cream at Yves Rocher and a set of Tin Tin Post cards for Erik and some cookies at the Hema as well as 2 double sided coffee glasses. Wish we could take 4 but not enough room.them we walked over town to Pace de London and Rue Wavre where we ...
Finally some quiet time (apart from church bells - Sunday morning) ,a coffee and wi-fi conection to get some photos up.
Yesterday was our first taste of "le grand bocule" but first we had to move hotels as the Hotel Centrale was a bit rubbish. The Hotel Ibis is much nicer and is on a cool market square.
The tour "prologue" was a time trial around the town of ...
... incident but we felt like the damage had basically been done at that point and we declined.
The next morning, we woke up and grabbed breakfast at the hostel. After some rather confusing discussions with the French-speaking hostel worker, we received 20 euro to compensate for our troubles the night before. Meanwhile, Mr. Jerk Puker was still passed out in his bed and did not take 5 minutes out of his hangover to apologize for the previous ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking