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... since the apartment is at only a few minutes walk from two train stations on a very practical line towards different areas of the city. And towards those stations many shops can be found, offering all kinds of goods and food.
As I said, the apartment would have to be a compromise. Having seen the other options, the more I think about it the more I get convinced that this was right choice. So, new home in the pocket, one step closer to the start.
... and the party does not stop outside my window. Bars close at 3am and there is a university near by so a lot of college kids.
Anyways my apartment is owned by the hotel so i get my apartment cleaned 3 times a week and they do my laundry for me.. how awesome is that..
i finally got a car and a cell phone today... white toyota yaris and samsung s4 mini not too shabby.
Enjoy the pics :)
... it down a little for Jesse for a while and went on some more sedate rides such as driving cars, the haunted house, an awesome toboggan roller coaster/slide hybrid, a 4d movie and a heap of others. After some lunch we cranked it up again and managed to convince Jesse to come on an inside in the dark roller coaster which he surprisingly loved and also the big swinging pirate ship which he had avoided in other parks up until now. We didn't quite get ...
... which arrived the following morning but if you booked to Leicester (same train) it was £15.50 and of course a shorter distance. The Dutch system is so much easier and fairer – same price on the day or in advance, a return is the same price as 2 singles.
After our dinner Isi finished typing up the last blog to be published to friends, John washed up the days dishes (we can’t use the sink when the washing machine is on the taps), caught up with emails and then to ...
Ever since we arrived home in Nuenen early yesterday afternoon, I have been marvelling at how quiet it is here. There are no car horns beeping, no people shouting, no sirens wailing, no fireworks exploding, no celebratory gunfire cracking, etc, etc. In fact, there is nothing but the occasional timid sounds of birdcall and for some time this silence has been deafening. It is difficult to ignore. It is difficult to stop questioning whether my ears are perhaps blocked. It ...