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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Geel
... not complaining, just giving credit to the SAS student ability to sleep anywhere, anytime. Because we only have a few days of class between ports they cram in absurd amounts of work to do then you travel in-between ports or hostels are sketchy so you get zero sleep and you’re eating things like donuts and weird fish and your body says lol no jk lets not. SO ANYWAY keep that exhaustion in mind for the coming story.
We got to ...
... with train tracks on each storey.
I then walked around coming across beautiful buildings, churches and parks. Most of the shops were closed due to it being Easter Monday. The sun was shining and everyone seemed to be roaming the streets and enjoying the first glimpse of spring.
We are getting caught off guard with regards to the time and making supper very late as it is still light here at 2030 which ...
On the 23th of May we left Luxembourg and will be going back to Netherlands where we first started off. I personally feel that time really passed very fast, I still can remember the day we left Breda, Netherlands our safe house and head off to France, Paris. We woke up very early to have our free breakfast in the Hostel and we went to the train station of Luxembourg to take a train to Brussel-Midi, once we have reached we check the screen panel for our platform number. ...
... still fun.
So back on track we passed the lunapark. I got a teddy bear straight away :) The Sjaap :)
While the guys were racing and shooting I continued grabbing teddies, unfortunately it seemed to be beginnersluck, cus the sjaap was the only thing I got that day...
We also went in the break dance, they soooo changed the whole thing! Ridoncilous!
It goes completely around now. I took the ...
... me, but reason number two does: I simply don't have time or courage to start ripping my hundreds of cd's!
So I do the next best thing: taking all booklets and discs out, and throw away the case. At a compression rate of 80%, that means a lot of saved space! Of course, a lot of cd's (39) have go to go completely. The back covers have got to go, way too inconvenient. When there's a good looking picture, I simply look it up on the web and save it to hard disc.
A strange ...