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... on, with no handrail. It all adds to this interesting tapestry of apartments we have lived in during this year.
The day Australia played Holland, we found a local Irish pub to watch the game, and not surprisingly we were the only Australians in a pub full of Dutch supporters, all of whom were very polite in celebrating their victory. Australia's next game will be when we're in Holland, and is at the same time as ...
... We were waiting for the train, when who did we see, but our Venezuelan friends again! They were leaving as well, so we got on the same train and had a bit more of a chat while we headed into the city. We said goodbye when we got to our stop, then went out and bought our tickets to Gent and got on the next train out there. We found a seat and headed off, then before we knew it the train was slowing down and everyone was getting ready to get off! It had only taken about ...
From there, we chained the bikes to a railing along with a hundred others (thank God ours are a bright shiny blue) and took a stroll or rather a stagger (it was sweltering) along the banks of the Lys. On both sides were the most beautiful rows of houses, three storey stepped gable, 14th century. Graslei is the street running up one side - means "street of herbs and vegetables" and Koornlei runs along the opposite bank - ...
... the 'ding-ding’ of the warning bell, to looking up, processing the concept of a large object coming my way, then getting my limbs into action to move aside.
And I’m still wondering whether the driver could have stopped in time had I not registered. I don’t think he could because while he was ringing the bell he didn’t appear to slow down. Then again, I’ve just ...
Yesterday we woke up about 8 o clock in time to walk to The EU area in time for our 10 o'clock.The buildings were grand but the tour was not that exciting. There seems to be a lot of bureaucrats having lots of meetings and talking a lot on expense accounts. With three information offices and more than a dozen guides we were well informed on the workings of the European parliament in 23 languages including Gaelic.
We walked around Lousia ...
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