Hotel Taormina Brussels Aiport
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... us. The weather outside is cloudy, apparently it's supposed to rain tomorrow. As we're in business class, we had an enjoyable meal with some ice cream as refreshment sweet, to basically, wake up again. I must admit, both, my dad and I, haven't slept longer then half an hour. I still feel quite lively. When we arrive, we'll pick our ...
... succumbed to Hardanger mats for the dining table. Thought Mum would have liked that! We were pleased to hear a quartet busking on one of the bridges and thought of Macca. We had been told to do the cruise on the canals, so paid and had to wait until there was a boat full. Fortunately, we were entertained by the buskers and could watch a painter painting window frames in vibrant red via a box on a crane. The cruise gave us an insight into some of the other buildings ...
... sleeping would be like. There was also a bar downstairs in the same hotel that stayed open until 5am. Our intention was to go to sleep as we were on trains all day for the best part of twelve hours but instead we opted to join the party and have a few drinks.
Our first night sleeping was surprisingly comfortable, I have discovered the Sounds of Nature soundtrack on iTunes. My favourite track is "forest ...
After an amazing 5 nights in Majorca, we were off to Belgium for 3 nights. Our plan was is to spend one day in Brussels and one day in Brugge. Our first two days here have been accompanied by extremly hot weather. You would think that being in Asia for so long we would have been accustomed to it by now, but staying in apartments means no fan or air conditioning. It is 34 degrees right now and we had the most uncomfortable sleep ...
... area, they had some thickly woven fabric that could be attacked or removed with velcro. I hope I am able to get one of these when I have children. It looked so cool too!
Speaking of children, one of the metal balls was a kids zone. I thought it might have a play pen or other neat things for them to climb on and work off some steam. Instead, they had huge circular domes that were a little like napping stations. Looked cumfy! The best part about being inside The ...