Grand Hotel Amstelveen
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2:24: There it was. The send-button on VUnet. I uploaded my motivation letter, that almost all my flatmates read and corrected, so that it really was perfect. Besides that I also uploaded my CV and my first, second and third choice of the universities. Accept and send. Yes it's done. The first step.
Now waiting starts. In the next 4 weeks I'll get to know if I got a place and if I can go abroad.
Our day started very bright and early - so early breakfast at John Peirres hadn't started, but he had kindly packaged us a brekky to go. I was expecting a juice, and pastry. Maybe an apple. Instead we got a feast, enough for brekky for four! Our breakfast consisted of: - 2 small rolls filled with cheese -2 cheese sandwiches - 2 ham sandwiches - 2 apples - 2 orange juices - 2 chocolate milkshakes - a twin - a praline chocolate bar - 2 waffles What a breakfast! Needless ...
So its been a few days since our last update - tonight is our last night at this site and tomorrow we will be heading to our next stop, somewhere near Arnhem - its towards the German border so we will be in Germany within a few days.
We have had several trips into Amsterdam, a couple by bike which is approx 7.5 miles (to the city ...
... a really cool interactive experience and fabulously included three beers to play hair of the dog. Laurence was being a little pansy boy about drinking again... but we told him to push it back.
After the museum we decided to go to the Van Gogh exhibit to see the famous daffodil paintings cause Kim was super enthused about them. Incidentally they are currently showing in London... bit of a waste of fifteen euro but there you go. I must say art exhibits are not ...
... evening we went to the Anne Frank Huis Museum. Really well set out and very interesting! Kind of put a downer on the day as we walked out of the exit (didn’t help with the rain) but we soon picked up as we went to the ‘Mexican Cantina’ and ate some amazing Tacos and Nachos! That was pretty much us for Amsterdam. Did some laundry the next day but I don’t really imagine that’s exciting enough to put in a blog! Next stop is ...