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We arrived in Brussels after a long and tiresome plane ride. Got to the ship by 9:30 and got some good coffee and snacks. Marie and Barbara got to the ship around noon. We had lunch, checked in and had a stroll around the town. Later today we will have our fire drill and first dinner. The ship is quite opulent and the electronics in the stateroom rival Control 4 at our ...
... her family how she felt and now everyone can know everything! But this was my lovely mother. She was all the time smiling like nothing was happening. She was very strong, but unhappy. I hope she found a beautiful place in heaven where she can finally be happy with my grandmother, whom I loved like my mother. She was an angel. I'm sure she will protect my mother even in heaven because that's what she did. I learned a lot from my grandmother, specially to love ...
... trashed i didn't care to explain it! lol. But he was talking to me so close and then planted one on my cheek...yuck!! lol. He was trying to tell us to go with him in a cab. HELL NO BUDDY! lol. That's where i drew the line and said peace out dude. lol. After that great adventure we decided to head to a cool bar to hang and have beers. It took us like an hour to find a certain area. Brussels is soooo confusing. Every side of the road has a different name and they change every ...
... nice, I wasn't too impressed with their friendliness. The wait staff in our restaurant wasn't the most pleasant, but I eventually learned that this is just a cultural differences and not Belgium-specific. Brussels also has a lot in common with the United States when it comes to the corporate side of town. Leaving the airport we saw many different global businesses such as Johnson & Johnson, L'OREAL, and ING.
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... how lucky we are. This trip was a history lesson of a lifetime. There were a couple rooms that really stood out to me, one was the showers. There were a little over a hundred prisoners there and they were given an hour for all hundreds of them to shower, which only happened once a week. Also some of the bedrooms, there were some rooms with up to 26 men on bunk beds; it was very unsanitary and hard to understand. The ...