Derlon Hotel Maastricht
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Maastricht September 29th.
Monday morning and Libby particularly had a bad sleep.
The mattress was no good and on speaking to reception, we were told all the hotel beds had the same mattresses.
The receptionist was very understanding - she too suffered from back problems.
We decided to change hotels, and called Tineke for …
... of his friends in the wall back in 1942. He returned, 40 years later, to carve his name again alongside that of the man who guided him 4 decades previously.
It’s not only people who inhabited these tunnels. Millions of years ago – literally when dinosaurs roamed the earth – they roamed this area too. Mighty Mosasaur swam in the ocean in what is now the Maastricht caves (Mosasaur basically means Maastrichtosaurus, ...
So I've finished two full weeks of classes, and I have to say, this is so much different than the University of Minnesota. Problem-Based Learning is a completely new concept to me, and I'm still figuring out if I like it.
First of all, there are really no lectures (I actually have a lecture every Wednesday for one of my classes but it is "optional" = ain't gonna happen). Everything is discussion based, and all of the discussions are led by the students ...
... We hoeven ons in ieder geval geen zorgen meer te maken mochten we ingesneeuwd raken.
Het aftellen is begonnen. nog een uurtje of 5 en dan zijn we onderweg richting onze eerste overnachting.
Hardenberg here we come.
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... Prince Carnaval symbolically runs the city during Carnaval. The mayor hands over the key to the city and then the celebration begins and lasts until they transfer it back. Well the Prince Carnaval, it turns out, was the baker with the giant head, and they take him up to a stage in the middle of the Markt, parade him around for a bit, sing some, and then unveil who it is. Then they sing, dance, and generally party because Carnaval is just around the corner.