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The following is quotes that I copied from the walls of the Rijkmuseum, some with some of my thoughts and interpretations, some not. I want to get my thoughts together much more on some of the ideas and concepts presented below so it's a bit random at the moment and I think I will not really get my head around some of these ideas until I get to spend some time contemplating them once I'm home. But here is some thought provokes for you, I hope they make sense! "You may not ...
... like that over there. After settling in, we went to the campus bar with the Dutch students. They were already partying when we arrived. I met Mark, the student I would be staying with. Brandi, one of our students, was a bit overserved and gave a speech. It was pretty hilarious. Some of the Dutch boys threw water on her.
I was drinking Heinekens all night, and ended up getting pretty tipsy. We played games where you had to take shots, similar to spin ...
... I mean There are in Holland, the UK, France and Turkey and a few places in between.
Anyway today I did a 100km test ride on the BMW following Rob and Suzan to a small (ex coastal) town of Elburg of which I have placed some pictures. So while riding I thought :How low can you go? Well the GPS showed minus 4.5 meters. The handle bars are just over a meter from the ground so I guess the lowest the answer is 5-6 meters below sea ...
... great! Got a lot of cool souvenirs.
Jesse: I liked the chocolate.
Kolton: The chocolate was pretty good, along with the dinner conversation.
Cole: I bought lots of chocolate and a lighter (Zippo). I also ate a good dinner, it was roast beef!
Tulsa: The hotel breakfast was delicious! There was so much food I thought I was being treated like royalty! The candy store made ...
... the train, after we bought a map it was raining, but not for long. We enjoyed the walk down the cut little streets. Lots of shopping and churches. We also saw the lake, but Aaron declined to get in, he must be getting old to not dive into an unknown body of water, I was disappointed in him to say the least.
We winded our way into the main square which was totally charming and found as ...