Auberge Van Strombeek
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... instant. I haven't felt anything yet though, being only on the alcohol I am keen to try get girls, Ganzer tells me that in twenty minutes girls wont matter.
Benny always said....he said the first was the best...
Bam! Like a shot of morphine, I start to float away, but it's not just me, everyone is coming with me, so does the whole party, we're not leaving earth completely we just want to float a tiny bit.
We land back on earth a few seconds later, I think I ...
... because we have seen so many awesome public squares all over Europe.
We considered ourselves lucky to find that our room at the Hotel Amigo was ready for check-in It was a really nice room, not too small with a king sized bed and a modern bathroom. We decided to unpack a little and take a nap. I fell asleep right away and slept for about 4 hours; Gary stayed in bed much longer and we weren’t showered and ready to leave the room until around ...
So another weekend we couldn't bear to stay home! Bridget and I both didn't have classes until Wednesday (well she didn't until Friday) so we decided that a nice long weekend in Brussels would be lovely! After our classes on Friday afternoon we met up with our BlaBla car lady at Le Poterie (end of the metro line) to start our journey to Paris. (Funny side note story, while waiting for the other guy who was travelling with us ...
... a rogue bus, then a tram, and now an airplane. How unbelievable.
We got to Zurich about 30 minutes after landing in Basel, and de-planed. I was sent to the transfer desk, where I stood for over an hour, mainly because one girl (Canadian, I think - sorry, my countrywoman!) was being complicated. I resented her at first, then felt bad, because I think she was crying (she had a kleenex close to her face most of the time) and was handed a stack ...
It was sad to leave the beautiful town of Delft but as usual we had an important athletic meeting tonight in Brussels. This is the Van Damme meeting named in memory of the young Belgian athlete who was tragically killed in a car accident a year after winning two silver medals in the 1976 Olympics. One was in the 1500m won by our own John Walker, the other the 800m won by the Cuban power-horse Alberto ...