City Apartments Antwerpen
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... the course was, her tee time, and off I went.
There were a lot of Tully wannabees, but when I saw her **** shifting as she walked towards me I knew that sway.
Unfortunately I was so close, wearing a t shirt she also has, she had to spot me!
Ha ha ha no chance, and when I said "hey Tulley you best not have made me come all this way to see you play ****?"
She said, "dave! are you in belgium?"
Now the course ...
... I left. I will never pick a random book again! I did not pick a lighthearted novel or inspirational memoir, I somehow picked a novel about a Nazi bomber pilot! WHY!? The entire way to New York I was terrified that something would go wrong! I cannot begin to tell you how relieved I was to land and get off that plane! I was still a little nervous when I boarded the next plane, but ...
... What about the Russians connecting to Moscow? The veritable herd of Romanians who had to get to Bucharest? What is this other stupid plane doing that we can't land?
Switzerland is so small that a diversion to Basel meant in reality that we flew in the darkness for 15 more minutes and then landed, in an airport that, the Swiss businessman informed me, had no rail connection. I was busy trying to figure out what my next move would be. We ...
... centre. Previously known as Antwerpen Burcht (fortress), Het Steen gained its current name in around 1520, after significant rebuilding under Charles V. The rebuilding led to its being known first as "'s Heeren Steen" (the King's stone ...
... neat as well.
Jordan: My favourite thing was messing with the guys trying to sell stuff on the street, and Vimy Ridge was really cool.
Bailey: The best part was trying to buy one of the guys that were selling stuff on the street's shoe. It was quite funny.
Cole: The best part of France was going to the Louvre and almost buying a barterer's shoe for 1 Euro. (He was going to cave, I know it!)
Kole: Vimy ...