Hotel Priorij Corsendonk
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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WE KNOW. It's the ugliest shoe on earth. But the best ever made to travel in hot and wet countries!
They survived our previous trips. And although we kind of hoped to have lost them...we found them in the basement, waiting for their new adventure.
And... the girls love them so much (we made a whole marketing plan to sell them :-)), Camille wanted to wear them all the time this Christmas. Even to go to school...
So here they are again: THE TEVA'S!
... bit of a surprise. Advertised as a private room with en-suite and breakfast included near the city center, we decided to give it a try. Turns out it is a bedroom in someone's house without a private bath. Instead, a bath shared with all others staying in the house. Neither the bedroom or bathroom doors locked and the shower didn't work. Breakfast consisted ...
... was invent by a Belgium man named Adolf Sax. Sat down for lunch where Annie got her favorite things- a coke, fries, and a grilled bacon and cheese sandwich. Ari got her favorite things- a Belgium waffle & a side of ice cream. Becca just got a sausage that she was disappointed in. What else is new. Post lunch we ventured back to the square and sat in the sunshine taking it all in. Went to a coffee shop ...
... there the tram 2 to Josie's apartment. Lots of trams here in Basel, I often see three of them at cross roads or waiting at a larger stop.
It was evening when I got here, Josie was very tired, she had so many things to do still before leaving saturday! She showed me around, this is a very nice apartment! She took me with her to the local grocery shop, and after having eaten something I soon was lying on the couch, ready to ...
... that we would hit a few chocolate shops and then head home. One stop, turned to two, and then three, and by the time we were done we were rushing to the train. Each chocolate store we went in had so many different options for us to try, it was hard to stop. But when we did, we found our way back to the hostel and off to the train station. As we sat waiting for the train, Jake went to ask one of the guards if they had ...