Fletcher Hotel Keyserlei
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... and couldn’t get off until we’d reached the junction at the end of the road and across a long bridge. People were driving passed us laughing away and we drove passed a couple of very confused people waiting at bus stops. Not ideal driving conditions for Jessy or the kind of situation she wished to be in. I kept us calm (whilst silently freaking out) and we got outta’ there (sort of). We
eventually found a place to turn ...
But since it falls unto my lot
That I should rise and you should not
I'll gently rise and I'll softly call
Good night and joy be with you all
The Parting Glass
I'll definitely try to catch up with writing about my trip to Amsterdam as soon as possible, as well as my time spent in Bruxelles over my last free weekend, but I thought that this would be easiest to write in a hurry as it’s still fresh in my mind.
... organise visits to friends in Belgium, organise the upcoming trips... I just booked my flight for Singapore, leaving on dec 30th, arriving there on dec 31st in the afternoon... and I cannot wait to be there ;-)
Last week of November I will be in Oregon with Fred and Charlene who invited me for Thanksgiving... youppiee! I just have to puzzle a little to organise the rest of the ...
... Arriving in Amsterdam we found some Brits sharing our room and put all our tourist spirit together to hit the town. The red-light district simply lights up the streets glowingly at night. Amsterdam was filled with more shopping (thank you Abercrombie and Fitch for the eye-candy) and sight-seeing; the iAmsterdam sign, canals, hole in the wall food, and the amazing thrift-stores. Always a fun time.
... cafes, chocolate shops and souvenir shops. We walked around these streets until we came to a large crowd standing around a small fountain in a corner - the Mannekin Pis. In case you don't know what that is, it's a small statue of a boy urinating into a fountain. To say it was slightly underwhelming is an understatement. We bought some souvenirs and returned back to the hostel before our trip out to Bruges.