Travel Blogs from Retie
... too tired or get off work too late to really explore the
city. Also, until this last week, most of the shops were closed and
the town was nearly deserted since everyone, students included, were
still on holiday. Now that holiday is over and school is starting,
the city of Gent is crazy busy and we've made a lot more friends in
town. Hopefully that means ...
... were straightened and a securing tower built alongside. The church itself is like no other we have been in. It was a protestant church; the walls were white and large clear glass windows. The inside was a normal church shape, i.e. oblong and you enter on the small end. The seating was on 3 sides facing the pulpit which was in the middle of the long side. It had a magnificent organ but no alter, no statues of saints, but it did have some ...
Where do we even start with expressing our appreciation for the wonderful treatment we've received here in Antwerp and the feeling of "home" we have here with our extended family………… It's been over a month since we first landed on Jef & Ann's doorstep and were greeted with hugs and kisses. They welcomed us into their home, made sure that we felt as though it was "our home" too, and ...
OK, we realize we're a tad bit tardy in getting our stuff together that capsulizes a pretty nice 5 days we spent in Germany last week. Gorgeous Deutschland was delightful, and we covered a whole lot of ground in our ongoing search for out-of-the-way places to explore. So hang on, we're gonna cover 5 days in one blog! Sorry for the verbosity, but that should come as no surprise by now, right??? ;-)
... again. Bummer. I leave you with this, lyrics, that make me happy.
xoxo, i am out like whoa.
Now when the sun come up
i'll be there to say what up
in the morning brush my teeth
find that clip I've been lookin
for since last night
i feel so caught up in a bud
i float somehow in my bedroom turn around see myself in the mirror
I guess I'm cool and
those happy thoughts, in my head, I'm feeling like I'm peter pan minus