Hotel de Zwaan
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... a lorry was sideways across 3 lanes with the cab facing backwards and a few cars looking the worse for wear. Obviously not a good day for driving in Germany today. After lunch I carried on driving and there were occasional downpours which didn't help as I got more tired and then when we came to a section of roadworks I got stuck in the wrong lane and had to take the exit and was unable to rejoin the motorway. Stevo was obviously unaware of the road closure and kept taking ...
Certain American habits have reached the Netherlands before me. Very pleasant ones, as there are now decorative pumpkins for sale in October, Valentine gifts in February and jingle bells in the shops at, you guessed it, Christmas time.
There are also a few annoying features reaching our shores from the land of the free. It seems to become the fashion to find an extraordinary, unexpected way to ask your girlfriend to marry you. Preferably when she has no idea you were ...
... at The Berghain - one of the most prestigious clubs in the world. Being famous for allowing two out of ten people in for no apparent reason meant that we didn't feel so bad when we were turned down ourselves. It was already 4am and light so we went home and slept for a long, long time. Saturday afternoon was spent visiting the Topography of Terrors (a museum dedicated to the holocaust which I would only recommend going to if you can handle very graphic and depressing photos ...
... Soccer/Football is
on its way, that, indeed, orange is the new black. At least in the
Netherlands. Some streets have orange flags strung between the houses
crossing the (narrow-ish) ...
The schools in Hoogeveen held their own version of "De Vierdaagse" ("The Four Days Event") - a four day walking tour held every year in Holland (in Nijmegen). We had planned to do the real thing, but could not register in time to participate.
The schools walk for 5 or 10kms each day. Regina's school ...