Bruegel Youth Hostel
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... was not the owner and I could sense immediately that this was not the place. I paid my 26EUR, as Melissa and Devin walked in. While we were walking back to the bus stop the sun came out, and it was summer again. I was no longer dressed appropriately in my jeans, black Harley Davidson shirt, and Doc Martens. We were now baking in the sun on top of this double decker bus. After sweating through the 75 minute tour we jumped off the bus and again went to ...
... down and relaxed for the next two hours or so. I asked a lot about
Turkey and found out that when a man and woman get married there, the man must
go to the woman’s house and the woman must make him a coffee with a LOT of salt
in it and if the man can drink it then he is considered a man and is allowed to
marry the woman. Bizarre hey!? I also got to look through blueprints of Servets
textile machines as he tried to explain to me how they work.
I woke up and checked out of the hostel and hopped on the metro which got me to a ten minute walk away from the bus station. I got there an hour and a half early so I had nothing to do but wait till the bus arrived. The Bus was there ten minutes before we left at one thirty so it was quickly on and we were off. We didn't make any stops along the way and arrived at five. I then had to find my way to the airport, which involved two trains, which ...
First a cup of coffee and celebratory cake was in order. I have to ask why are Dollars universal currency? The coffee shop wouldn't take visa or pounds I had no euros but were quite happy to receive dollars? odd?
We caught the train and had a smooth ride the Cologne, I was happy we were on schedule to meet Mandy and get back to Calais with time to spare, Lena was happy because I had offered her a lift to England and Bart ...
The Plan: This will be the most stressful day of the trip for me! We have to catch a train at 730a that will take us under the English Channel and over to Brussels, Belgium. It will be a two hour train ride, along with a time change of +1 hour. At Brussels we'll rent a car and head west to the Normandy coast of France.
Update: We got up EARLY this morning, about 5am. That's 11pm Sunday night Kansas time. We ...