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... ahead of my home time, but this allowed plenty of time for me to get my bearings in the HUGE airport before my next flight at 5.15pm. I didn't realise just how big Schiphol Airport was, and as I walked to find the next departure gate I genuinely started telling myself that this place was bigger than Scarborough. I finally found my gate at what seemed like the VERY end of the airport, and judging by the sheer amount of Chinese ...
... Reggie and Julia. They are cute! Reggie bit me but I still gave him lots of cuddles and a brush which he didn't like much. Julia was quiet shy. She has long hair and is super cute. They live inside in a cool cage and the boys let them run around outside when the weather is warm. Reggie was jumping in and out of the pot plants eating :) We had dinner, wines, and lots of chats then it was off to bed. Lovely to be staying with a family. Even if it's not mine ...
... and saw the views from above (you know if there is a view I must see it!) we then hiked the hour down the mountain and rewarded our selves with a libation back on the water front. To celebrate our amazing trip as well as my parents 60th birthdays, kel and I took mom and dad out to the restaurant that has won best restaurant in Bergen for the past three years. We did a five course tasting menu and every bite was a flavor explosion, it was a great ...
... Namibia and especially South Africa are the most developed, westernized and prosperous countries on the continent, and while I saw many of the highlights of the former, I barely scratched the surface of the latter. I know there will be more African travel in my future; my appetite has been properly whet. But meanwhile, it's back to reality for me.
One more flight to go. See you guys soon!
... about 2.5 hours to ourselves to walk around to do what we liked. It was nice walking in there narrow streets made of Cobble Stone. I couldn't help to think what a pain taking job it must of been to make those streets. We visited a few Lace shops as Brussels is famous for its Lace products. Rosemary bought a nice black umbrella done in lace plus a table cloth, all at a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service