BEST WESTERN Hotel Portos
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I left Reading on 01/09/15 and predictably the first train was 5 mins late, but I got to London in plenty of time. A quick tube journey across to St Pancras and then I got on the Eurostar. Eurostar was 8 mins late to Brussels, but I had 2 hours to kill before my next train so time for a Geuze Belle-Vue followed by a Leffe Royale. A total of 5€ for cheap & tasty Belgium beers! Back ...
... br> Eventually, we did find some helpful people who pointed us in the direction of the hotel. When we checked in, the woman at the desk reiterated to Jaclyn it was a double room that had been booked for the conference, which Jaclyn had assumed meant there would be room enough for both of us. After entering the room, I began suspecting that she had made an egregious assumption. It looked to me like "double room" meant "there will be two students sleeping in each ...
... We then moved onto the Barbarian, and learned that it's curved design was so the 2 gates could not be breached with one cannon. It was just as we were seeing some contemporary art that a person caught my eye lingering behind us. Turns out Dad had been following the tour all the way, stopping for a quick half beer at every stop, genius! At the end of one of the more eventful walking tours, we stopped for lunch. I decided to go for a meat pie, that turned out nothing ...
... Aussie accent! Turns out this guy spent 12 months in Australia south of Perth working on a large vegetable farm, growing carrots etc. He loved it in Australia but came back to Poland to continue vegetable growing on a farm, he was in Warsaw today to watch the Tour. Rafal then helped us buy tickets, put us on the right tram and we waved goodbye, people are so helpful here. At last some cloud cover came over and the temperature dropped a few ...
... about things that can't always be asked or learnt when visiting a city. The conversation over the glass of wine was interesting and covered a range of topics not just volunteering in Africa, it also became clear that despite having very different upbringings on the opposite side of the world, we had similar opinions and thoughts. These random encounters are what travelling is about and meeting Piotr and Danuta made my decision to go to Warsaw completely worth it.