- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I had made this journey several times in the past but it was all ways foot down to get to the ferry or to get back to work. but today I was in no rush so set of 8.45 with the sun shinning but this good feeling didn't last long as soon as I got on the motorway I could feel the cold crisp air and could see ice falling from the trucks. stopping for a coffee and to get warm the sun came back out at 10. ...
My University chose me to go to the United States of America!!!
I'm so happy. And the most important thing: I'm chosen for my first choice. I'm going to New York City!!!
During building a snowman in my hometown I got mail which said: Congratulations, you got accepted. The first thing I ...
A coolish overcast day with rain threatening.
Monika took us out to Cloppenburg Museum Village where Peter had a stall to sell his ironmongery. Peter, Monika's partner, makes & sells decorative iron works for the garden ranging from pot stands to small rotundas fabricated from steel bars & tubes. He also makes iron statuary & in Monika’s garden is a metre high dinosaur of his.
... of Erich Maria Remarque, the author of All Quiet on the Western Front. There were war-era documents and lots of war paintings. It was a pretty cool way to spend two free hours.
In the evening, we went to the AI (artificial insemination) company that hosted the auction. We had a BBQ and got to talk to the guys at the company, and some young breeders, who were students our age. We talked about various parts of the dairy industry and cost of school, how school housing ...
After a rough morning in Wageningen, complete with searching around the farmer's market for food, we checked out of the hotel and got on the bus to go to Germany. Our first stop was a cattle auction. It was held by a Holstein AI company, and one of the guys walked us through the catalog, and explained the German names. Vatter is the sire (father), and mutter is the dam (mother). The other difference was ...