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Travel Blogs from Ghent
Woke up and had breakfast about 9 (cereal, toast, scrambled eggs and orange juice), then got ready and decided to go to Ghent for the day as it looked good on a map we got given, so went to the supermarket and picked up food for lunch and tea, then walked to the station and got the train at 12:18, and got to Ghent at 1ish. Walked 5 minutes from the station to a ...
... just laughed at me, “Honey, everyone in the country does.” “Oh thank god!” Ordered my latte and carrot soup, took my seat again, and continued reading Keith Richards book. I’m trying to finish it as soon as I can so I can just leave it behind somewhere and save some space in my bag. I’m about 120 pages from the end, and I’m surprised at that. It takes me ages to finish books, and even though it ...
... information office in Ghent and he asked if I wanted to go in. I looked at him a little funny and said, "Why would I go in there when I have you out there?" He beamed like I have not seen a man beam in a long time. It's fun to make someone beam.
So what did we see today? The pictures will speak volumes, but let me start by saying I felt over and over that I was in the middle of A Knight's Tale, a movie (and lead actor) I fell ...
... sure about it. Our first sight of the place was pretty ghetto-y. We were walking down a canal past run down buildings lookin for our hostel... Then Skeletor walks by us. I mean... this guy's skin was pulled back over his face and I could probably name the different bones. Just say no to drugs. Unless you're in Amsterdam. lol. Ok, I'm tired. Anyway, so I was a lil wary of the place at first.
But then we ...
... Pierre – I swear, one of the most awkward breakfasts in my entire life, it was like all the embarrassing moments in my life reached their peak at that time – he was nice and all but we had very little to talk about – the unimaginative Brussels architecture and city structure didn’t leave much room for conversation.
So we started out by going down the beaten path we had travelled the day before – past a huge orange ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking