Hostellerie Ter Driezen
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We had a mad scramble for our connecting train today. We had to change at Roosendal and were informed that our next train would be on platform 3(we arrived on 4). When we got to 3 there was a train but not the one we needed. The officials told us on the platform that the connection was on platform 1 which meant that we had to go down a flight of stairs then run across and up the stairs on the other side and ...
... and went to some markets. Most things are closed on Sundays like all cities in Europe. Around 3 I headed to the Antwerp Zoo. It is literally connected to the train station and is in the middle of the city. THe zoo was GREAT! I have been to the London and Paris zoo but this was so much better. It is not a gigantic zoo, but the exhibits are well done and the animals were active. I was able to see all of the ones I wanted to see. It is a must go if you ever ...
... to you "use me!" "read me!" "wear me!" "practise on me!" Too many voices
* Everything that remotely resembles a collection scream out "complete me!"
* It eats your attention, causing your focus to drift away from the essential
And... it takes time to clean :D
I already trimmed my game collection to just 2. Can I be as decisive with everything else? What memories will pop up?
I'm surprised, but it doesn't pain me much to part ...
Back in Belgium, the remainder of our rest stop was filled with more friends, more family, more food, and too much beer and wine. Another birthday dinner hosted by my buddies at Baan Thai restaurant in Ghent, enlightened us to the fact that great Thai food can be found in Belgium. Katheryn and my mother had a ladies day out at the seaside in Knokke before the family gathered to celebrate my youngest brother's ...
When we finally arrived in Amsterdam Airport around 6.30am on Sunday, December 19th, heavy snowfall had left the airport in a state of chaos with hundreds of bags of stranded passengers scattered all over the place. Thankfully, our check-out was smooth. Since my parents rightly decided it would be suicidal to try to drive up to Amsterdam, we took the first available Thalys train to Antwerp where my dad would pick us up by car. ...