Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Marijke
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... light weight double and a great row from them saw another gold. The womens quad was next but after the light weight doubles race the race committee decided to change the lane allocation. NZ were originally in lane five for the quad but the fastest qualifiers were now allocated lane one, the second fastest lane two and so on. This meant NZ were reallocated to lane five. The results of the quad race were very much as ...
... the streets and reached Dam Square. There were people everywhere, most people I would say were 18-30 year olds. We walked through a section of the red light district and then had some drinks at a pub by Dam Square before heading back to our room.
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... artists, he would emulate them. The museum would have a painting of Gauguin's up and next to it would be a Van Gogh that was so similar you would have sworn it was by the same artist. Van Gogh would paint anything; landscapes, people, flowers, and when he couldn't get those, he would paint whatever objects were lying around. He would paint oncanvas, and when he couldn't get that on burlap, and when he couldn't get that, well a tea towel would do.