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Linda Devos Well today is the deciding day if Holland will go forward in the next round of the World Cup today they play Mexico.It is here a mass. Of Orange ,red ,white and blue ,even the peoples cars have been covered in orange,the streets are covered in Orange flags,and the people get dressed up in orange to represent their country,Today we staying in Limburge for a few days and this afternoon we are invited to go to a football B&B at the neighbour of Ewoud ...
... caught up on all the news.
They had a medical appointment in the evening so we left before dinner time and continued north toward Liège. After a 90 minute drive we arrived in Huy on the Meuse River right at 8:00 pm. I had reserved a room for the night, online, in what looked like a fantastic deal. The room was in a chateau that looked to be 300 years old. These kinds of hotels are usually expensive, but this one had rooms for ...
... traffic lanes. You have to do that because after that you get to speak to a human who will realise that you don't have a Flexiplus ticket.....
Today I leant that they have changed the machines so that they reject you if you don't have the right ticket...queue mild bollocking from a otherwise very pleasant lady...she still let me through though!
Stayed on the A roads to a town/village called Monschau, the weather ...
... Brabant and are in the province of Limburg (not related to the smelly cheese which comes from Germany). Maastricht is a very old town and is in an area of the country that is somewhat different from the rest--it is in a small "tail" of land that extends into the south, is bordered by Belgium and Germany, and has rolling hills instead of very flat land. Most people say that one cannot come to the Netherlands and not visit this city so we put it on our list of to-do's.
Our first ...
... because why not. The night consisted of a really chill night with a "pub quiz," basically trivia at a pub called Edd's Cafe. We were randomly split up into teams, so on my team there was a guy from Vancouver, a guy from Barcelona, a guy from Argentina, and two girls from Greece. Surprisingly, we got 3rd place! I was embarrassed about how much American pop culture I knew (I knew the first line of the Backstreet Boys "I want it that way" and what Rebecca Black's new single was. ...
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