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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... talking, philosophising and inventing world revolutions”! There are different types of beer for different occasions, and there are around a thousand different beers from pils to trappist to abbey and white beers, from zero alcohol up to 12% alcohol. We managed to try around 20 or so during our 8 nights in Belgium (Mikey has a list), including the yeast free sour gueuze beer which some say tastes more like vomiting beer than drinking it, but I actually quite liked it! Our ...
Am I….gonna settle down ever gonna be
Someone who has to take the rest of my life to settle down
Then I guess you caught me lying to myself
What kind of fool doesn't think about it
Sorry for being so lax about keeping the blog updated, but last Friday marked what amounted to my 12th straight day of work, so not only was I incredibly tired at the end of the day, but I also didn't ...
... way back through the parade/festival to the metro. We’d found a playground Friday that we wanted to visit today (since it wasn’t raining!). The playground is near Porte de Hal, which is the only city gate from the old city walls that is still standing. The playground draws upon the city wall theme. It also has a lot of sand, which is Bryn’s current favorite playground equipment. We had a lovely, ...
... even in the cool weather the spots were packed.there is also the old medieval castle and Groot Vleeshuis built in the 1400s. A very pretty city. We went to a really cute rest/bar collared Mosquito Coast on a recommendation from Claire's friend Bente. It was on a number of levels with cozy living room furniture in one part and more bar like tables in another. There are 2 patios and lots of travel memorabilia.. Claire and I had a ...
I've been a planner most of my life. Somehow, structure and predictability was something I found to be comfortable. As I've gotten older, I've learned to appreciate plans being changed, perhaps even broken. Being spontaneous no longer was uncomfortable but rather exciting. And it always resulted in things working out in the end anyway.
I had 7 days to kill after Paris before heading to ...