Apart 18 Lambermont
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... mouth full not because its "bad manners", but because no one else wants to see half chewed food. You don't point with your knife because no one wants to have a knife pointed at them. You don't let a door slam when people around you are sleeping. And you don't walk on the clearly marked bike path while bicyclists consider your untimely demise. From the windmills of Kinderdigk I plot in a course for the Oostvoorne peninsula. One of the peninsulas was meant ...
... immigrants. They speak French, German and local dialect. Economy based on banking system. First Duke of Luxembourg was Charles V of Spain. After French Revolution, Luxembourg fell under the French. After defeat of Napolean at Waterloo it fell under control of Holland. It gained its independence from Holland and now has it's own Duke Henry and his wife, Maria Teresa of Cuba. In Luxembourg, along with seeing historical sites, they had ...
Speck and Caroline arrived on time in Brussels and then had a multi-hour layover. After being processed through security again they wandered the shopping area and then found their gate. After checking in at the gate Caroline found a couch and laid down for a nap. Speck went in search of a drink and a place to see the Olympics, he was suffering a severe case of Olympic Neglect. After finding a stand cleverly named BAR ...
... the baggage we had paid for, we could only check one bag! (Even though two together was much less than the 15kg we'd paid for!) It was so annoying! Especially as I had spent about an hour researching that exact thing, due to the ambiguous statement on Ryanair's website, and thought I had the right idea! Damn you Ryanair!! So the guy on the desk did nothing to help us out, and was going to charge an extra €60 to check another bag, so we ...
After a peaceful nights sleep in the heart of Brugge we once again hit the Breaky buffet to continue our hunter/gather for lunch, once again I managed to hoist some pate, cheese, a boiled egg and a bread roll. We filled our bells n the array of fresh fruit salad and pastries and even had juice, not something I have often. We booked our luggage in the luggage room after we had checked out which meant that we could stroll around again for a few hours and not have to drag our ...
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