Hotel Villa Kastania
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... how close my brother and I are. We had some drinks and then set out for the club of their choosing, The Weekend. It was a long way to go on public transit, and a long line to get in (boys needed to be accompanied by a girl) but 12 euro each later, we were in. We took an elevator up to the second to highest floor, and then entered into what I would personally like to describe as hell on earth. There was no air conditioning, and there were so many sweaty bodies and ...
... up ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls." Have a cup of coffee, lady, a hot dog, son.
Standing between a couple of wall pieces wasn't so bad
But as a former member of the U.S. military I am embarrassed I was a part of this. Nice guys acting their roles, but neither military nor Americans they spoke very broken English. And the only thing military about those uniforms is the color green. No insignias of any type. When I asked who they were, who hired ...
... They were put through such a horrible time 50 years ago with the wall being in place and people being killed for no reason apart from trying to cross the boarder to see family or escape Germany and what was happening here. I am glad there is a Remembrance for what has happened here as if seems like it was such a horrible time for the country. We then stopped and had some lunch, we ate döner which is a Turkish meal, kind of like Turkish bread with meat and salad was ...
... we think! Of course he could be back in his Motorhome saying to his wife - 'Vat der devilitch praten das Englese dompkofs'. But that's enough about that.
We left Amsterdam with a view to driving on to Groningen via a one night stopover in Harlingen, but when we got here, OMG, Harlingen turns out to be another gem of a town, so we booked in for an extra night. The 2014 Tall Ships Race had been in port just 2 days prior to our arrival and the town was still very ...
... there were various lectures which was how most days were scheduled.
Here a discussion on whether one should have a passive phase when learning a language. Interesting but I suspect they completely missed the point of the topic.
Then onto an introduction to Proto-Indo-European. Pretty interesting but pretty theoretical.
But as you can see it ended up being ...