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... but still need to be careful! Also, the outlets are huge! So are the on and off switches for the lights; they are neat and different. This photo is of one of the rooms where the outlet is right next to the lightswitch on the wall. Nothing fancy, just interesting for those of you who have never seen a European set-up.
Today our plan is to explore Utrecht and maybe do some shopping. I am still waiting for the other two to get up, I won't see ...
... for me in the car, I didn't even feel the cold I was so excited. Yes, good eats does that to me.
Found Bicycles the First Day
Wim had spent many hours scoping out bikes for us in advance. We stopped at bike store where Wim had set aside "his and her" Koga-Miata’s, my dream bike, the Cadillac, of bikes and Dutch made. The Dutch know a thing or two about bikes. These were well taken care of, like ...
... visibility was not good, the person in front you could just see a little bit! It was like I was in a ghost story.. with flashlights we looked around really cool! After that I needed to clean my room, said Lara, Anouk, Jolieke goodbye. And finished with some drinks with my lovely friends: Tosca, Carmen (+boyfriend), Philip. Thursday morning I went to the airport with Jochem, Ad and Lars. On the airport I saw Harm and Caecilia from Flic end Flac they had the ...
... a lovely cruise down the Vecht. It is supposedly one of the most beautiful canals in the Netherlands and it did not disappoint us.
There were some fantastic houses along the canal and lots of hydrangers in bloom adding magnificent colour to the beautiful gardens. We then turned on to the Hilversum Kanaal for a short while and moored up on one of the free moorings as rain was looming. Jean did not get wet today, so we wanted to keep it that way. ...
... cover it and seemed ready to slide off any moment.
His many legs, pitifully thin compared with the size of the rest of him, waved about helplessly as he looked.
"What's happened to me? " he thought.
It wasn't a dream.
His room, a proper human room although a little too small, lay peacefully between its four familiar walls.
A collection of textile samples lay spread out on the table - Samsa was a travelling salesman - and above it there hung a ...