Le Chatelain Hotel
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... We have to fight!" And so they did! I still have no idea who the swarm of people were or what they were doing, but Pete valiantly took on an inflatable Sumo in the Grand Place with a pillow, and won (well, I like to think so...I'm not actually sure how one determines the winner of such an interaction!)
Later on when I asked Pete how this had started, since all I heard them say was "French? English?" then "We have to fight!", he said he honestly couldn't ...
Today was a very relaxed day. We had a late breakfast (normal timed breakfast but everything in Germany happens early) and then I packed up my bag. It was my leaving day, but we still had a lot to do. Firstly it was time to go to the new flat! Kai and two of his friends got themselves a flat back before I came and today they got the keys. I tagged along and attempted to understand what I could in German, which turned out to be not much...they speak quite ...
yesterday was my last day in New York.
I arrived from Washington with the Vamoose bus the day before, the 31st. I had found this very nice and comfortable hostel in Harlem, 123d st and Lenox Av. Too bad, the weather was rainy windy and a little colder: finally I was to wear that winter coat that I took with me during these weeks!
I ate at Sylvia's Harlem Restaurant - Queen of Soul Food. It was Halloween, I enjoyed all these kids in ...
... 5 minutes, and I resigned myself to my fate. The gate agent called forth a couple and let them know there were two seats left, and I kissed goodbye to getting home on that flight. But wait! They turned the seats down. They didn’t want to split up their family, and so the next thing I hear is, “Passenger Jones, come forwards please!”
I was home, in my own bed, less than 90 minutes later.
Christmas was uneventful ...
... a wash salon very close to where we were and made our way there. After working out the machines we set our load going and took another wander around, through the back streets, past Manneken Pis again, popping into a few chocolate shops….such is the joy of travel…the chores took care of themselves and we enjoyed the scenery! There was so much to see in Brussels. At first we had planned on going to Brugge or somewhere for a day however we ...