Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Rooland
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- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... started to do fun things.
But then when I turned thirty it hit me for the first time, the funny thing is though it hit me being at home.
Longing for a place I spend the last 6 months. A place that felt more like home then the country I lived in my entire life. But more importantly longing for the person I have been for the last 6 months. After returning home I realized that even though I would go back to the other ...
... Every time we heard the Village People singing YMCA, we looked for the nearest nationality and had to choose an appropriate drink. For the Dutch you could choose maybe Grolsch or worse, Advocaat, for the French, wine or maybe champaigne, for the Russian, vodka and so on. Fortunately, the drinking part was only theoretical or we certainly wouldn't have made it, given the number of times we had to walk through the streets waving our ...
... These old ladies became known as the Saggy Grandmas (Saggy being a distortion of one of their names). Hence, I was thrilled when I came across a whole gaggle of Saggy Grandmas next to the roadside. I wished my own Saggy Grandmas had been there to share some thoughts and swap walking stick news.
I walked past some inflatable cows, the perennial dancing lion, who is there every day having his ears blasted by overly loud music, and a garden full of hand-made ...
... across the streets on wires. It looked rather fetching. I spent my entire sock budget for the year on a pair of super-fine L-R socks, while Mona searched for a whole lot of clothes. I got some playing cards for Eartha, who wanted some from Nijmegen. Other brands would not do.
I hoped soft socks would save my feet from destruction. In December I changed my medication, and ...
... being noisy. The beer must have worn off and presumably they were undeniably committed to the whole 25 miles by that point, but with a hammer in the skull to remind them never to do it again. I had assumed they would have dropped out much earlier on and gone home to bed.
I chatted to a contingent of RAF from Brize Norton for a while. The young man in the middle of the group had sunstroke from the day before and the rest of the team had divided up his weight between ...