De Witte Lelie
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... belgium, she was in belgium, erm I'm guessing thats a yes then!
Was a good afternoon, made me late to find a bed but worth catching up with a friend I'd lost touch with, and we had a lot of laughs on the way round.
Sometimes its nice to take a chance on a friendship that pays off hugely.
We said we'll have a beer when I get back to England, I hope we do, or maybe another surprise at another venue?
Was a good ...
Monday 11th August 2014
Isi woke up with a tense - butterfly feeling about today, but did not know why as she was not worried about anything. She was having her troubles with her mobile telephone insurance because we do not have the policy number with us and having to send messages to and fro.
We were to set sail for 2 hours through one of the biggest set of docks in Europe so John was up and off to the bread shop and he made breakfast too ...
... had a tv on the back of the chair in front of me and a young good looking Italian man beside me. I was not nervous anymore, but I soon realized that long flights make me nauseous! Great! After my ticket was rerouted 5 times, my flight was delayed a week, my flight connected 4 different times, and my plane rides taking a total of about 23 hours I eventually made it to Banjul, The Gambia. ...
... and all stood up, gathering our bags. The doors didn't open. Oh God, all I want to do is get off this plane, I thought. The pilot came over the intercom again, and said, "we've received word that the plane has landed safely in Zurich and the runway is open again. We're going to refuel as quickly as possible and then fly back." We all started laughing, uncomfortably, hysterically. It was getting late and this was ridiculous. First I was kidnapped in ...
... later simply as "Het Steen" (the stone castle). The Dutch word "steen" means "stone", and is used for "fortress" or "palace", as in the "Gravensteen" in Ghent, Belgium. In 1890 Het Steen became the museum of archeology and in 1952 an annex was ...