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... Finally we had it all set with a decent rate, and then the bomb dropped on the whole thing. I have three cards with me, but they are all debit cards. Apparently you NEED to have a credit card to rent a car, and a debit card just won’t do. It makes no sense to me at all, but after all that planning and getting really excited about driving around for a week, I am not even allowed to rent a car. I was pretty ******.
I stayed at the hostel ...
... front of the Atomium taking in the view.
Later that afternoon we visited the Rene Magritte Museum and saw 10 stories worth of artwork! Each wall of the museum had a quote and it matched with the paintings hanging from it. The famous The Thinker sculpture by Auguste Rodin was in display at the second museum we visited. We had another waffle after leaving the museum - we were mentally drained!
We checked out of the apartment and proceeded ...
... the Croatian Airlines passengers really made me think. Sure, it was just a Dash 8 with bad landing gear and everything went fine - it's not like it just dropped out of the sky like that Air France flight several years ago. But what if it hadn't gone that well? The room for error was pretty substantial, and I talked to people who really were extremely lucky to have been able to get off the plane in one piece. It got me thinking about travel and about ...
... It was well into the afternoon by the time our visit here was finished, we traveled back to the hotel to prepare for another night to see what the nightlife was like. Our interactions with other groups was minimal, but friendly nonetheless. Several strangers I had spoken with seemed enthused at the fact that I was american. We nearly got lost on the way to our location ...
For a week, Joan,
Sarah, and I experienced something we never thought we would be doing
as occupational therapists, or as students. We attended an
international creative course for OTs. The course pretty much
consisted of crafts and “self-exploration.” By far, the best part
of the week was meeting so many amazing people from all over Europe
and other parts of the world. I'm not sure how else to describe