Hotel de Wereld
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... and botanical facilities. It was really hot out.
We went back to the hotel, and went out to get dinner. I checked at some bars we went to the night before for my bike key but had no luck. I ended up having to pay 50 euros to the hotel and rent out a new bike. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped and got ice cream. I got smurf, a blue flavor. I asked the lady what it was, and she said just vanilla colored blue. ...
... cliques that had formed on the trip, and wanted to have a big birthday dinner. A lot of us decorated her room at night for her birthday to cheer her up.
Another girl and myself were still hungry when we got to the hotel, so we went to the hotel bar, called Down Under, themed Australian. I had bitterballs and Grant's whiskey, a scotch. My friend had an Irish coffee and spring rolls. The bar was playing a video of a Genesis concert, and I had to message ...
... left to our best guestimates.
Lance and I took this picture in front of a church, admiring the large statue and just hot much history there is in one glimpse. This has been my favorite part of world travel so far, I can still remember getting so excited and awestruck in Italy when I would try to take in the amount of history in my presence. America doesn't have ANYTHING on these places!
... people had the set menu but I didn't like half the items. I had the onion soup and something like Beef Wellington. The onion soup wasn't what I was expecting, instead of clear brown liquid with onions and cheesy bread it was more creamy yellow and oniony, still tasty though. I also had a bit of a mind blank over the Beef Wellington and couldn't for most of the meal remember what it was called lol.
I was sat next to one of the oncologists ...
... motivated to explore this further when we get home.
I made careful note of some of the interior design ideas Mary-Anne had come up with and some of the energy saving and structural things Joachim had come up with, there are some great ideas there for when/if we build something ourselves.
p.s. I have added some pics of events from the next day because (for some reason) the blog interface would not let me add any more photos to the next entry.