Holiday Inn Express Gent
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... boy have we landed in the eye of the storm!
Still, it offers young people like us the opportunity act abominably far from your prying eyes.
OK, returning to the land of reality, earlier today we departed Brugge for the 45k drive, arriving at our hotel as the beautiful, hungover residents of our ...
... with stress, veins bulging from our brow, distracted on tablets and laptops 24-7. Bert is an excellent cook, and Nele is 5 months pregnant. Australian pets are the last thing you want with a baby on the way. Nele has also given us advice on things to see, bus tickets, and even cut my hair.
Amidst all this, we did enjoy a nice evening and guided tour with our friends around the city of Gent. A really beautiful old city, with lovely buildings, towers, ...
... has been replaced by a tired, old lady. However when our eyes meet, there is still the proud and graceful yet loving expression shining in her eyes, like a window to her soul. She is still the epitome of grace and beauty.
Bursting through the thin cloud of confusion and memory loss are many bright rays and sparkle that reflect her great style, insight and wisdom.
The grand home with the walls lined with fascinating maps and impressive paintings ...
... equipment or unmatched towels again. Ireland is breathtakingly beautiful and has the friendliest and warmest people. Italy is a buffet of colour. Croatia is charming, delightful and primitive. Belgium has the best chocolate. Germany had the best castles and cathedrals. Barcelona, Spain is a gorgeous city. Prague is an awesome city, full of imcredibly beautiful architechture and weird food. The Netherlands ...
... down and relaxed for the next two hours or so. I asked a lot about
Turkey and found out that when a man and woman get married there, the man must
go to the woman’s house and the woman must make him a coffee with a LOT of salt
in it and if the man can drink it then he is considered a man and is allowed to
marry the woman. Bizarre hey!? I also got to look through blueprints of Servets
textile machines as he tried to explain to me how they work.