Hotel Saint Nicolas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and tangy and hardly alcoholic. Finally, Mongozo tasted like an alcoholic coconut cream pie in a bottle.
We then walked all the way back to the hotel, which was good for working up our appetites. However, we decided that we had had enough alcohol and bread, and so we hit the gym before dinner.
It’s been another day full of walking and delicious things. Looking forward to ...
... Anyway, Pete and I were watching a guy on the top floor of the building opposite while he was watching TV the other night. His TV was next to his window so he was facing straight on to us. We watched him for a while as he relaxed, unaware that he was a cultural curiosity. He stood up to get another beer and we copped an eyeful of...everything!!! Turns out he likes to watch TV with no pants on! Since then we've kept our voyeuristic exploits to the alley ...
... of the most interesting beers I've ever had, and although I didn't finish any of them I'm so glad I got to try them. I wish I'd done a tour like this before I started working in the pub...I would have been even better at my job if I had known about the incredible history of the Belgian beers.
A few new friends were made with the beer people, some photos taken and then I went back to the hostel...sort of maybe a little bit less lost than I was before. Slightly.
I got back ...
... and it looked and sounded spectacular - they don't have international TV rights, but it may be streamed on the web, so look out for us on a PC near you!
We don't make an entrance until about 80 minutes in, so we started our procession onto stage at approx 6pm and were in place with 10 minutes to spare. Ours is the finale piece (approx 20 minutes), and that was rehearsal done.
On to double decker buses ...
It's hard to believe that we’re in 2014 – in fact, that’s the first time that I’ve written it, and it feels odd, to say the least. I like to think that the new year holds all sorts of promise for me: exciting new adventures (trips to Bonn, Cologne, Budapest and Vienna already booked, and that’s just for January) and the hope of finally graduating in December (only 12 months left to go!), in addition to the multitude ...