Hostel De Draecke
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... It feels like a turning point though in my life has just arrived. Something has ended and something new is going to start. I found the below quote and it fits just fine.
“The cities, the roads, the countryside, the people I meet - they all
begin to blur. I tell myself I am searching for something. But more and
more, it feels like I am wandering, waiting for something to happen to
me, something that will change everything, something that my whole life
... some struggle got help from a lady who basically said that given the late hour on a Sat night, our best bet was to stay way out of town.
-we didn't have any great options and were a little bummed then L came up with the brilliant idea that we would just stay parked in town and tour and have dinner and then drive to our hotel. Brilliant and exactly what we ...
... left all of a sudden, so we decided to go across the road to another pub. This place apparently had over 200 beers on their menu, so we randomly picked out three beers (and a coke for Karina, who was done) then sat down for another chat. A Belgian girl, Julie, came over to talk to us, who is apparently a couchsurfing host as well, so we had a good chat with her, and got told about a jam session at a pub that was happening that Friday night, which sounded really cool, so we ...
... this stuff prior to loading the Blue Meanie on the ferry.
We headed out of France towards Belgium - stopping at a hypermarket on the way for supplies. My God was it crazy - I can bearly handle Thorndon New World - this place was just manic.
Our intention was to stay the night in Ghent - which the Lonely Planet describes as "Flander's unsung historic city". When we got there it was crawling with people on the ...
... a bit more romantic\enjoyable if you go when it is not raining, just a suggestion!
I still managed to do\see a lot while there! I started off at the Onze-Lievevrouwekerk (a church built in the 13th century), which contains the Madonna and Child statue, which is the only Michelangelo work to leave Italy while he was alive! Kinda cool and more impressive than the peeing boy! It also is home to the tombs ...