Parkzijde Bed & Breakfast
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... informed me my backpack, which I purchased as one bag was in fact 2 bags and I would not be able to check it in. Much to my confusion, I questioned him - "I have travelled the world not once, but twice and also half way around Australia with said "not one backpack" and it's never been considered 2 pieces. I paid for it as one item, making it one object I would assume". This justification of my non-over weight, not perfectly 'suitcase' shaped bag did not impress ...
... to water the nearby fern, that to me seemed rather more plastic than anything that could possibly have ever grown in actual soil... and refill my bottle from the tap on the other side of the 2 gigantic X-ray machines that I'm sure once before the airport "space age era" was a normal gate with plenty of seats, for passengers as well as every loved one under the moon off to see you board your flight. Ah the good old days. Now two things are within sight in a departures ...
... for abx and observation; no initial x-ray because of pregnancy; will be interested to hear of progress tomorrow
- after work I nearly barged into a film set in the living room of the B&B; producing an ad for a website
- checked out next week's apartment where I mum and dad will be staying with me - fortunately this one is just outside the red light district!
... road up onto gutters, footpaths around posts etc. so as to avoid collisions with cars, buses and other cycles. Our driver was such a character, very friendly and kept saying, “I can do it, don’t worry”. It appears it’s all in a days work for him!
We enjoyed the visit to this very different city in which the people seem to enjoy a relaxed life style especially when commuting!
... next stop. Our hotel was in the route so we spent the morning waiting and watching the cyclist go by. Then it was time to check out and head to our next destination.
That afternoon we took the train to Brussels, Belgium. We spent the afternoon sightseeing and hanging out at the Grand Place. It was a grand place indeed. We had beer, fries and mussels for dinner. We also tried their famous belgian waffles. The following morning, the Tour was ...