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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... when she noticed a sign to a memorial for Hill 60 and the 1st Australian Tunneling Company, Greg's Grandfather's (on his Mum's side) unit during WW1. So we went for a look. 1 ATC played a significant role in this battle and many of them, along with British and Germans solders are permanently buried under the hill where they were trapped by cave-ins caused by explosions or accidents while tunneling. Lucky for the Walker/Jenkins families Greg's Granddad, William (Bill) ...
... s for my favorites. We also polished off some cheese and mustard on the side.
From there, filled with joy, we made our way back home. We stopped in Aalst, for the best McDonald's ever, and not just because it was after a beer session. The 1955 burgers, wow! Back home, we packed small bags for tomorrows adventure. One small bag for 2 with clothes for check in, another bag for hand luggage. Tomorrow, we are off to ...
... the event know as the Braderie de Lille. It's a huge mess, an giant street market with everything and anything on the curb, and hundreds of thousands of attendees. Part of the city is off limits for a long weekend and the cost of hostels is multiplied by four.
Clearly it wasn't the right time for me to enjoy it, so rather than being frustrated for 4 days I decided to go get some fresh air where things would be a bit quieter. ...
... features. I think the bus hindered our ability to stay engaged the whole time but I also realize that walking wouldn't have allowed us to get the full effect of the port. Compared to those ports I have seen in the States, the Port of Antwerp was extremely impressive in size, production, and capacity.
After the site visit the BD employees and our group explored the city of Ghent where our hotel was located. Almost immediately I felt a completely different vibe from that of ...
... fencing guild in Europe. Oh and it is sponsored by a beer company so there is a bar at the end on one of the strips. Everyone was very friendly there, they all stopped to say hello even though they didn't know who we were or understand a single thing we said. A smile and a nod gets you a long way in Europe. After we watched for a little bit, we headed back to Ross' apartment for dinner. We had burgers, though I did have to explain to him that burgers required a ...