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Travel Blogs from Dieren
... my dearest colleagues, looking forward to it!
The hotel I will be working for during my traineeship is the Tower Hotel in London. It's part of a chain called Guoman & Thistle Hotels that have hotels throughout the entire world. For the people who know England and/or have a travel book about London, it's located right next to the Tower Bridge. The building is ...
Tip for future travellers: If you rent a car, be sure you include unlimited mileage and FULL insurance!
Do NOT drive at night! (On highways not such a problem, but not on roads)
Take 2 credit cards and always have cash with you. Sometimes there is no power and you cannot pay with cards.
So this is the last blog of this trip. Lots of new stamps in my pasport, lots of coins and banknotes from ...
... war - Vermeer, Rembrandt, and others. Dutch sounds like an old German dialect. Very harsh - lots of phlegm! You should hear a Dutch pronounce Gouda - unrecognizable Holland is the tree that is is plentiful and the one they makes the shoes of. Anyway, we visited some wind mills this morning and have been through many locks. We've eaten some wonderful Dutch foods, thrown back some Junever. Tomorrow, we'll be in Cologne and will be welcomed by ...
The sad thing about the EU is there are no borders to get your passport stamped. Here we just got our 10 year passport and only have one stamp :<(. Ah well, we have pictures.
We went to the market in Winterswijk today. This was a small market because it was a weekday. Verena told us that the markets on weekends is twice the size. The shops and food was amazing. I was surprised to see so many dogs about, but this appears to ...
... a wall and rest for a bit.
Texts to GJ seemed to be taking a long time to get through as the airways were clogged, so I shuffled slowly back to the house with my wilting pink gladioli. As I arrived Marianne greeted me with a massive bunch of red gladioli.
I had time for a shower and to pack my bag before GJ joined us. GJ was invited for dinner and we sat around the table in high spirits laughing at each other. The camaraderie was fantastic.