Hampshire Hotel - Bieze Borger
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... tournament in one of the squares. We had drinks at a couple of places including The Dogs Bollocks which claimed to have "Beer colder than you ex-girlfriends heart and burgers fatter than your mamma" on the sign. Finished our day there with a nice Thai meal that Kat struggled to eat so I had to eat for 2 ...
... of Dutch food, plus what was my favourite as a child. Corina said they only have that when I come there, don't think she likes it. With my aunt's birthday we did have some beautiful cakes, I swear you cannot buy them in Australia, even on the cruise they had lovely cakes, but didn't taste anything like the ones you get in Holland. My aunt tells me today that since we arrived I had 4!!. ...
... it to platform 10A, caught the train with minutes to spare, and away we went, had two stops where we had to change trains, but we managed quite well. (suitcases and all)
Seeing my uncle and aunt and cousin at the station was a wonderful feeling, I often wonder how different my life would have been if my parents never migrated to Australia. I'm finding slowly that I can understand some of the words ...
I am not sure what has been harder these past 10 days, learning to ride a bike through the streets of Groningen or the intensive course on international communication. Either way I have been very busy adjusting to life in Holland and I have come to the conclusion that I have found my niche. Being tall and blonde is basically the uniform around here so I am always having people rambling off Dutch to me assuming that I ...
... the night watching Harry Potter on the wall from a projector which was really neat before going up to sleep. Well. Talk. And talk we did, about so so much. Just lying in the dark talking about the things you only talk about when you are lying on the floor in the dark. And travel. But there was one point there where he told me that his door would always be open and I was welcome any time. Tom didn't see me that night as a tear fell down my cheek ...