Hotel Taormina Brussels Aiport
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... a rogue bus, then a tram, and now an airplane. How unbelievable.
We got to Zurich about 30 minutes after landing in Basel, and de-planed. I was sent to the transfer desk, where I stood for over an hour, mainly because one girl (Canadian, I think - sorry, my countrywoman!) was being complicated. I resented her at first, then felt bad, because I think she was crying (she had a kleenex close to her face most of the time) and was handed a stack ...
... 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 ...
Amanda: I really enjoyed all of France. It was nice to have a guide for the bus and boat tours so we actually knew what we were seeing. The extravagance of Versailles is always amazing, and of course Vimy Ridge was incredible to see.
Mrs. L: The Vimy memorial. Seeing the Canadian flag, standing at the memorial, and walking in the trenches... amazing!
Mr. L: Touring the city of Paris and seeing all the phenomenal buildings.
Also something perfectly normal to have in a town, yet something you will never find in Australia, are castles. There is a big gorgeous castle sitting right on the corner of two canals, just sitting there doing not much as most European castles do these days.
Also on my walk I went to a little museum which shows the everyday living from all through the 1900’s. ...
... but I didn't wanted it. I almost got a small container of bowtie pasta but passed after I saw it had pesto and the server told me it had mayonnaise in it. We wanted to buy something in the station in order to save money, because we had seen the cheaper (and seemingly better) options in the Ghent station when we were on our way back to Brussels. I said, I will either get something small on the train, after all, or will wait until we get back to London. ...