NH Brussels Airport
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... Maspalomas in Gran Canaria and Teide National Park and Mount Teide (a World Heritage Site) in Tenerife (the third tallest volcano in the world measured from its base on the ocean floor, 3718m), make it a major tourist destination with over 12 million visitors per year.
The islands have a subtropical climate, with long warm summers and moderately warm winters.
According to the position of the islands with respect to the ...
... night I might have something more sensible. Once dinner was taken care of I went back to the hostel, stopping at a supermarket for a litre of orange juice and some new soap (I left my soap behind at the last hostel), and sat in the common area chilling out and drinking one litre of juice. An obnoxious american guy was chatting everyone up, especially the girls, and making sure he worked into the conversation about how he's in the Air Force and he ...
... we have decided to eat in the hotel tonight so back for a freshen up and looking forward to exploring more tomorrow. The restaurant was empty and still empty when we left at 8.oo. A cheerless meal and for the first time this holiday we had to resort to speaking French, however the wine was lovely, Gerry had a C******nay with his salmon and I had a Rose both French. Tomorrow we must try the famous Belgian beers. And it's goodnight from me and goodnight from ...
... large beer and waited the next four hours for our flight.
The flight was an easy hour flight, we got off, went through customs, picked up the bag
I had left at the airport and then spent 45 minutes trying to get the right airport shuttle to our hotel, which was a city bus that the hotel never mentioned, we got that information off of a local. After several hours of travel, we finally made it to our hotel, checked in and crashed at about 1am.
... are in town, and how late I can stay out without worry. I’ve developed a rapport with my team and my supervisor, and have reached the point where I can talk back and joke without fear of getting the boot. For all that, and for the welcome I received when I arrived, I’m still an outsider. Sure, I now know the people who take my tram in the morning, and I’ve said hello to my neighbours, but like what feels to be most ...