BEST WESTERN New Hotel de Lives
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... were back at our hotel a little after 6 pm. For dinner we
were back visiting our friend Savino at Pasta Divina. Tonight I had Ragu with
Amori pasta. Carolyn had mussels with spaghetti. Neither of us left a single
morsel on our plate. One last stroll around the Grand Place and it was
time to head back to the hotel to pack one last time. Wake up call tomorrow is
at 5:15 am. We can't believe that 17 days have passed so quickly.
... so attentively that he looked like their big father...lol
I loved that process of rolling grass a lot.
Finally grass was everywhere)) Even on the benches))) People asked us why it was happening, why we were putting grass everywhere)) Some of them were happy to make photos on grass-benches)) But there were also people who thought that putting grass everywhere was stupid and ugly thing to do))
Many people.. many ...
... br> What is even more interesting many workers who prepare the stages and make decorations come from abroad too. And I am proud to say that we were among them.
Our first working day started with light breakfast and with moving beds again))))
Then we went to the main stage of the festival in hangar called Cabaret, where we got to know our coworkers))).
They didn't give us much work to do...
At first we helped in hanging the red curtains which were used ...
... else in the park was closed at this early stage, so we decided to give the duck pond ride a go, just to kill some time. We hopped into our boat and floated around, watching the ducks. There were speakers everywhere playing this sort of vaguely Mexican-Southwestern sounding steel drum music in an endless loop, which didn't really contribute to the journey being an "adventure", though it did make the passage of time really pronounced- by the time we'd passed some ...
... short, stunted convos, and then they asked me if i like <<frites>>, and what sauce i ate them with. Ok, it was 10pm-ish, and I figured after 36 hours of flying that we would just come home and go to bed. Nope! On the way home we stopped at a <<friterie>> (not sure of spelling) and naturally, bought frites. OMG so manningly good all iron stomachs and entps must visit Belgium and eat their fries one day. We ...