Hotel Pavillon du Zoute
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... Ford Puma. We had not seen her since she moved back to England last September. She drove through the Kent countryside and the city of Canterbury to the seaside town of Whitstable. Elizabeth had tastefully furnished her flat in an attractive stone almshouse. The interior had been recently renovated before she moved in. She had used her interior design skills to give the flat a homely touch using favourite items brought from Australia. After having a ...
... a constant beacon for any lost wanderer. Quaint shops, cafes, and secret doorways adorn each street, whilst tourists and locals blend effortlessly together, sharing the marvels before them.
Having swiftly dealt with the small issue of someone sleeping in my bed, I dropped my bag and did what any lone traveller is entitled to do. I got lost. With the belfry acting as my watched guider, I submerged myself in to the tiny alleys that twist and turn as if ...
... would be almost razed after sustained shelling at the end of October. However, the men’s ultimate sacrifice was rewarded with the liberation of Belgian Coast and Zeeland, and marked yet another turning point in the end of World War Two.
I took the train up from Brussels on Saturday night, and after an hour’s delay (during which the true fury of elderly Belgians was unleashed on the train conductor), I made it into the sleepy ...
... a ton of laughs. Then we headed back to the hostel and crashed in the lounge. It was around 10, when I said it was time for me to go, assuming we'd say goodbye there. Well, they insisted on walking me to King's Cross Station. You know you've met some awesome friends when they all come and walk you to the train. After some hugs, I walked toward the station as they all stood there at the entrance with big smiles, all waving goodbye. Really such ...
... thing alone because we never saw anyone else. Our room was pretty standard, all twin beds and one set of bunk beds. It came with sheets and breakfast for only 15 euro a night so it was a great deal. Because we booked last minute most of the hostels were sold out, so this one was about a 15 minute walk from the city center, but it really didn't seem far.
We dropped off our luggage and were starving so we took a taxi to one of ...