Thon Hotel Brussels Airport
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... is operational and for us on this day was breath taking. The tour guides took us inside a mill where they showed us how wood was hauled from a storage coral in the water and immediately sliced in to planking. The thought of an engineer maintaining a working, dusty and noisy mill all while scampering around unforgiving blades made all the jobs I have ever done seem a doddle not to mention safe.
Angela was in raptures, clicking the camera shutter in rapid fire and mixed with ...
... Spain, and the oldest and largest within the Canary Islands.
The other parks are: Garajonay National Park (La Gomera), Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente (La Palma) and Timanfaya National Park (Lanzarote).
The name Islas Canarias is likely derived from the Latin name Canariae Insulae, meaning "Island of the Dogs", a name applied originally only to Gran Canaria. According to the historian Pliny the Elder, ...
... was erected between 1356 and 1383. Today, traces of it can still be seen, mostly because the "small ring", a series of roadways in downtown Brussels bounding the historic city ...
I got back around midnight last night and got on the phone with a car rental company to try to organise a car rental for the next week. I figured it would be nice to drive myself around southern France, Switzerland and Spain. Last night there was an issue with the rental car company's system, so I had to call back this morning. It ended up being about two hours on the phone total, trying to get the pickup city, dropoff city, insurance, type of car and ...
... peace among all the nations, faith in progress, both technical and scientific, and finally, an optimistic vision for the future of a modern, new, super technological world for a better life for mankind!" So deep and future oriented! Tourists are able to either take the stairs (up 335 feet), or take an elevator. Unfortunately, since we had our lunch appointment with Davide, we were unable to go up to the panoramic area, so instead, we bought waffles and ...