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Travel Blogs from Gingelom
... of a room with various recovered weapons and ammunition. These were items the farmer discovered while plowing and harvesting, including a separate bucket of things found in the last two weeks. There were guns, shells, shrapnel, flame throwers and grenades that we're still intact and, according to Nathan, still live. They detonate the live ammo every Friday at 4:45, not quite sure how that works but sounds like a hell of a Friday party. Bodies and bones are ...
Today I woke up early had a shower and Carol prepared a proper English breakfast - secretly I think she was happy I was there as she to loves a REAL breakfast. Afterwards we three headed out for a day of sightseeing. Geoffroy was born and raised in a small town just outside Brussels and so he was the perfect guide. First we took the tram to the Atomium was built for one of the world expositions and attracted much attention and thus was never torn down. Now it is ...
Hello everyone sorry I haven't posted in a while, my days have been so full of excitement that by the end of the day I pretty we'll fall asleep before I hit the pillow. This evening gen left me after having a final coffee with Carol an old nursing friend living Brussels and her boyfriend Geoffroy. We said farewell and off she went to Paris once more. Carol et Geoffroy have recently moved to the outside of Brussels as they wait for their new apartment which will ...
... parents can offer house guest some extra pleasure :)
Nothing too fancy to tell here... The worn out socks, the embarrassing slips, the cheap white shirts, the many t-shirts... I keep a few shirts, a few t shirts (some extra to go training), a few pants, some hoodies and that's it.
Will have to go: a fetish doll from my teens (a horned, winged, red skinned vampire. rrrrRRRrr), a monkey shaped piggy bank and a ventilator.
... hard in the kitchen to prepare quite the lunch buffet, along with some Belgian pastries. After meeting and chatting with Natt's daughter and boyfriend, I was pleased to find that they all spoke English, Flemmish, French, Dutch, and German! It amazed me how much language proficiency kids in Europe had. Attempting to write a quick "hello" email to my girlfriend back home, I ended up spending about 30 minutes because of their funky keyboard ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed