BEST WESTERN PLUS Aero 44
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all over Belgium.
Back out in the streets and off looking at the finest lace dresses doilies etc and the best thing was Chocolate you could die from a chocolate over dose but no we went and had a GENUINE Australian icecream in a waffle cone and it was great Nancy had rum and raisins and i had the Chocolate.
after walking around some more it was time for tea well did we strike it lucky there was a street that was just one huge restaurant food from every ...
... and then watched movie after movie until ben awoke. We lazed around until carol and Geoffroy awoke at which point it was almost dusk but we took Ben on a nice long walk to see the sights. I wonderful amount of fresh air for me and ended up with a Chinese dinner - it turns out I can continue our tradition anywhere in the world. The food was mediocre i probably should have pointed at what the Chinese family beside us were eating but I did my best and ...
In the sort of manoevre that would give Judith Chalmers and Alan Wicker cause to shake their heads with dismay, 19 January almost became a disasterous day for our short Euro trip. I tend to find travelling more enjoyable when only limited planning is done as it is in adversity that one creates memories. This is all well and good when flying solo but when responsible for two, this may not be the way to go. This conclusion is more abvious when that other has got ...
... introduced us to one of their favorite family dinners, the Raclette. The Raclette is a cooking machine, sort of like a two-level griddle, that you put in the middle of the dinner table. First they had a little buffet of food set out and were told to take whatever looked good. There were boiled potatoes, cooked onions, deli meats like turkey and salami, tomatoes, pickles and lots of amazing cheese slices. Then we all sat down and they handed us each a small, flat, shovel ...
... the most interesting parts of the bunker. Apparently there are 5 km of walk ways below ground and Cassie and I walked most of it. It was a wonderful opportunity and the guide was very informed and knowledgeable. So now it is just up to me to find the time to finish the audio tour off. This woices site would be a great project for students. I plan on using it over ...