Parkhotel Horst - Hampshire Classic
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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On our way to Cologne. We were warned about pickpockets when we arrived in Amsterdam and to watch our bags by the Tour Director. Drama began before we left. Having boarded the coach,Tour Director approached by a man who had a leather wallet of keys and showed him where he found them other side of bus. Nobody on bus claimed the keys and they were left at hotel reception desk. Just after coach left hotel Tour Director discovered his bag was missing ...
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That's what I wrote as part of my application letter for exchange. Now it will just be 30 hours until I'll land in Hong Kong. Although I've known this moment will come for over 6 months now, it still seems surreal. I had always been set on going on exchange to some place far away from home. The simple question was: where do I want to go? Somewhere between last September and October, I decided I wanted to go somewhere completely different from what I was used ...
Tonights dinner was a special gala dinner with everyone all dressed up. Dinner was as usual very yummy, but the after dinner entertainment was a treat. The crew performed a show for us all. Very funny and good, lots of fun had by all. After the finish of that it was time for dancing and a drink (Rob and I had one dance, we couldn't keep up with the others).
Off to bed with a cuppa and some cruising to Amsterdam.
Goodnight from Avalon Felicity.
... themselves cost as much as , or even more than, a house to buy. And there are bikes absolutely everywhere. The population of Amsterdam is about 700,000 but there are supposedly over one million bikes. There are parking stations that can hold over 3,000 bikes at once. We then went to a cheese tasting, and sampled all sorts of variations of Gouda. I was particularly fond of the garlic and ...
... feeling wouldn’t taint my experience of Emmerich or the volunteering either. Fortunately after one and a half hours on a train, looking at the countryside and houses flash by the feeling was virtually gone. The train I was on was heading Emmerich and once I arrived I was picked up by a project co-ordinator, Bernhard, and we headed for my accommodation/dorm room which was a part of the on campus housing of the Rhine Waal University of Applied Sciences ...