Fletcher Hotel Keyserlei
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... Data Systems). He was a really good guy and it was very funny to hear his view on how different the national cultures are within Europe. Also his view on BCD Travel as a workplace was nice to hear about - that BCD Travel gives people responsibility and let people try things even though you are not 100% sure how it shoild be done and therefore it's allowed to make mistakes. I think it's a great way to ensure that people will learn ...
Sunday 10th August 2014
We slept in to 8.30 which is very unusual but excellent. Those 8% Belgian beers must be an aid to rest! We eventually got up at 10.20 and John made breakfast of bacon egg and mushroom Mmmmmmm
We had decided to stay another day in Antwerp for catching up on publishing blogs, newsletters and the weather forecast was bad. It rained off and on at first by by 11.30 there were almighty downpours. ...
In Ypres I had a wonderful Belgian hot chocolate. A huge mug of very hot milk served with a spoon sunk into a block of chocolate (think of the ice blocks you make at home). To make the hot chocolate drink, put the spoon in the milk and stir until it's to your liking, then drink - YUMMY.
Brussels seems to be a lovely city, and, luckily for me the people ...
... 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 ...
... as Bruges and Gent, also not as picturesque.
The next day we made our way into Antwerp on the tram again then got the train to Brussels. The camper guide said it was almost impossible to stay in your camper van in Brussels, even on a camp site where you could pitch a tent, madness! So we thought the train would be best. We walked to a market, then on to the main centre. It was quite nice because we kind of rounded a corner ...