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... where trains are only labeled as whatever their final destination is
-In europe, tipping is not nearly as big of a cultural institution as it is in the US. A lot of people don't tip or tip very small amounts. However, most americans that come over here don't know this, and keep tipping what they usually tip in the states (15%, whereas in europe it can be common to tip 5% or less). Once a smart waiter/waitress deduces that you are american, they ...
... free educational programmes for school children and local communities. We promote active involvement and encourage the locals to become guardians of the coastal environment and protectors of the sharks.
Working closely with international and locally run conservation organisations and initiatives, we provide the scientific research data, materials, human resources and expert experience needed to help facilitate all the work necessary to ensure the health and survival ...
... 1800's or so. Here, that is considered new. This belfry was built in the twelfth century, and that is not nearly the oldest building here. It is crazy to think how much history has happened here. As I said earlier, today we toured around Bruges. We saw many old buildings, read many plaques and saw some windmills. It is a moated city so we saw some of the gate towers that guard the city. It is really ...
After the ride, I found a café and went in search of some lunch I could tolerate. This place was a restaurant and tea room, so I ordered hot tea and tomato soup. The guys next to me had steak with some kind of cheese on top, a huge mound of fries, and it was all I could do not to grab their plates. In the meantime, Tom showed up, and then later a bunch of our taxi crowd. I walked down the street to the museum (I used Google ...
... once pretended to sit around combing feet allegedly even hairier than mine. Oh ho ho, I'd laugh. What a stupid reason to travel. Much more cultural to just find a nice photo in Lonely Planet's Best in Travel Year 20xx and head off in that direction with your camera and clever new t-shirt like the rest of us. Ha, again. But then we saw In Bruges, the black 2008 comedy from Martin McDonagh starring Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes. And when I say black I mean ...
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Albert I-Laan 141, Oostduinkerke | 3 star hotelfrom $141