Holiday Inn Express Gent
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... there. As I waited for his response, the skies darkened and the minimal street lights made me concerned. After a while, I asked the hotel receptionist for directions to the closest hostel. She looked at me with a baffled expression then reached for a town map. "Over here" she said as she circled a street half way off the map. I thanked her and went looking for the random street. Without many streetlights, people, or even the hostel name, I wasn't confident. After walking about ...
... into sections and started to harmonise the international languages of music and Latin for 3 hours.
After another disasterous lunch adventure - the lunch they had organised was at the university cafe, so 300 of us rocked up to join the hundreds of uni students already there to buy their lunch - to add insult to injury the advertised price was for students only and outsiders had to pay triple the price, so soup and a wrap was almost $20. A number of choirs left, ...
... Chile, so my guess is we won't find a pub that's showing the Australia vs Spain game!
We spent a day in Ghent on a walking tour of the old city, including the 12th Century Castle of the Counts, which the tourist guides advise, if you miss it you ought to be tortured by spending a day in the dungeon with thumb screws or even the guillotine. Ghent is a city with several stunning churches and cathedrals, but what everyone ...
... we think is right... The train journey from Paris to Brussels takes just under 1.5 hours. We were in the first carriage so didn't have to walk too far down the platform. We had to move some guys out of our seats who complained that their seats faced the wrong way! Lunch was a part of our fare and the time passed very quickly. We managed to get ourselves and our luggage off efficiently at Bruxelles Midi, dropped into the tourist info centre for a map and some local gen and ...
... town, we got our first real look at the city, and it was so pretty! Such a beautiful town! We stopped at the library for Karina to drop off some books, then continued in to town. Not long in, we were stopped by a policeman on a bike, who talked to Karina for a bit, then after a while he let us go. Apparently you're not allowed to have someone on the back of a bike that doesn't have special foot rests built in, and also my bike didn't have lights! Karina is originally ...