BEST WESTERN Les 3 Cles
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... after her name was called as the family member representing our absent father. It's just such a hard feeling to describe but I felt so proud of what was being done here and so thankful and proud of Denis as a representative of his selfless parents. I wanted to hug this man. I'm sorry but I am so tired so I will end this for now and continue tomorrow if I can find a place with wifi. Enjoy the pictures of my family from many years ago and soon I will post other interesting ones...good night. ...
... bad drivers over here! On the ride over to Charleroi station, we went through the country. I felt a bit voyeuristic looking in people's back yards. Very rare did I see one all manicured nicely like I am used to seeing, most were large well used yards. Looked like a bunch of gardens. For houses that were together, like really old townhouses/condos, they were tall and thin. Reminded me of row houses in San Francisco although these ...
... On / Hop Off Bus tours, which lasted about two hours. That particular tour stops at the Military Museum, which is located some distance from the Hotel. I'll probably use the Bus again tomorrow to get to the Museum (my ticket should still be valid then).
One of the locations covered on the Bus tour is the Atomium, which was built for the 1958 World’s Fair. It consists of a large series of enormous stainless steel globes, arranged in the pattern ...
First things first: I slept horrible. Because of all the excitement raging through my body and brains, I just couldn't sleep. Well, not for long at least. So I slept about two to three hours before we took off. Luckily I manage well when I barely sleep; I was still able to get on my bike.
Saying goodbye must be the hardest part of this trip, the hardest thing to do in life, especially when Joyce, my aunt, started crying and my mom started to ...
... my Livestrong hat, and Steve patted him on the back as he was heading for the start line.
It's hard to describe what it is like at the start--chaos is probably the most accurate term. We were fighting with hordes of press to get close to the riders for a photo. Dignitaries from all walks of life are wandering around, some with body guards, all making contact with ...