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... a half yard.
After lunch we did a little more sightseeing and sent some postcards (which Shaylee
didn't leave room for the stamps on) before heading back to find out if our
bags were still there and fingers crossed we weren't on the ground. Thankfully
we had 4 person room sharing with a couple of young Germans and filled with the
obligatory squeakiest creakiest bunk bed in the world. I wonder if hostels buy
them in bulk from ...
... far and away the best. The other, spotlighting furniture designs, was really cool if you're into that sort of thing (which Jaclyn was not).
After our Atomium tour, we were still right on schedule, and we took the metro back to the train station. We barely stopped to catch our breaths, but we made it to the airport shuttle right on time and headed off on our 50 minute (once again) ride to the airport and the RyanAir jet that would take us back to ...
... face, an the constant backdrop of the Nordzee and the endless beaches stretching straight along the coastline. Holland is protected by a wall of concrete, steel and sand. I quickly arrived in Middelburg where I stoppped for lunch. I had a couple of waffles and a lage fruit smoothie- the first fruit I'd had for some days at this point. It tasted Gorgeous. I had a look around the village, charged some electronics and headed ...
... all the little travel secrets when visiting the city.
We had the pleasure of seeing the most famous dog in Bruge, which
lay on the window ledge of a house that sat on the canal. The golden
retriever is even seen in the movie 'In Bruge'.
Bruge has a significant economic importance thanks to its port. At one time, it was the "chief commercial city" of the world. It used to be one of the first trading ports in Europe. So back in ...
... the owner asks this couple if we can sit with them. Order two house beers and say hello. We soon are having great conversation and laughs with our new friends from Holland. After an hour or so, they go change their dinner reservations elsewhere so they can hang out with us longer. What a privilege to meet such nice people. Arum ( pronounced Ah-hum for us phonetically challenged Americans) and Linda ( how easy) are in their late twenties and made ...