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... to be like..
Like one sniffle.
Then i sat with all my friends and watched the swinging trapeze guys...they were amazing! I've never seen anything quite as nerve-wracking as people being tossed around at that speed.
And im quite happy to be tossed around, so it must have been fast ...
... on the plane, our flight was delayed, and we would need to go back to the gate and fix the issue. About 30 minutes after this we were all told we had to get off of the plane and head into the waiting room, only to be all called over an hour after waiting to find our our flight had been cancelled.
At this point it was around 1:15pm, I was supposed to have already landed in Rotterdam 5 minutes prior and had no way to tell my parents or Simon what was happening with our ...
Highlights of the trip Flying business class with Finnair Brugge and Ghent in Belgium. Seeing Elizabeth in Whitstable, and visiting the White Cliffs of Dover Nev seeing a Clive and Miriam in Cornwall and Claire in Bath Caring SERVAS hosts in Belgium, Scotland and Stockholm. The Cairngorms, Urquhart Castle, Arisaig, the Isle of Skye, Glen Coe in Scotland Bergen, the Flam Railway and sailing the Songenfjoid. Nev meeting Lesley's ...
... Princess to Rotterdam we got the royal welcome by fire boats spraying water. Seems we are a major deal at every port. Yesterday the mayor of La Havre, France came onboard to present the captain the key to the city. Anyway, getting us tied up was a major problem, because they had never gotten a ship this size in port. It took them 30 minutes to finally get us secured to the dock. That in turn made us 30 minutes late leaving the ship for excursions. Our captain was ...
... information about bus tours. I was pointed down the street, then turn left and in front of the Moulin Rouge there is a bus. How cool was that! Unfortunately it was not what I was looking for. I wanted to go to Giverney. Instead, having got there, I just took the first tour trip around Montmartre. It was quite convenient if not what I had hoped for. We drove passed the homes of van Gogh and some others that got lost in translation, the cafes of Lautrec, Renoir ...