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... boys). Pam went back to LA after a few days and I stayed on for another week before making my way down to Roosendaal to catch up with my best friend from Nursery and Primary School (Cara), with a crazy night of partying in Ghent, Belgium. Then I went back to Amsterdam for 2 nights before heading to Lapland. My last night in Amsterdam was incredible :)
I have a feeling I'll be seeing Amsterdam again very soon :)
... taxes are rather hefty (I guess to pay for all that welfare) That would suck Time in Lieu (Arras) - shops are not open on Monday morning because they were open on Saturday morning. They also shut up shop between noon and 2pm for lunch, then they are open until 7 Arras - is no place for street signs Brugge - street signs are everywhere...they need to be, the place is wall to wall tourists. Ghent - not only do they not ...
... controlled the world finance for 200 years, a true world power!
It makes you think though, there's a lot of history here wasted by people who only come to smoke pot, not that I'd ever condemn that, it's their prerogative and a great marketing ploy for tourism. It's just a shame people don't see both sides of what this place has to offer. Back at the hotel we cook up some lasagne and veggies for dinner, Jack and Frank are excited to go out, Rachel is in town. ...
Well well well. This is the first blog entry where I am actually on the road :D
After a bit of hurried last minute packing and realizing the night before departure that I had to book my health insurance before starting the trip I finally managed to get everything ready. (Thanks mum for your help, couldn't have done it without you!)
My parents dropped me off at the airport in the morning, therefore we all had to get up super early. We made it to the ...
... to be so watchful with those blades turning as such a fast pace. The families that lived in the mills had many children apparently. As we had the chance to view inside, the only place I felt comfortable in for long was the bottom floor family room, which was really no larger than a study but was larger than any of the other rooms over four floors.
Leanne and I made our way back, for a quick ...