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... where Boston area accidents
were categorized by type and dooring was number one. I was surprised that only
25% of accidents involved parking. I intend to follow up with Feistersband
about these statistics.
CROW design has been added to my reading list, I may do a qualitative
comparison between these guidelines and NACTO for my thesis. It’s currently the
most interesting thing to me. ...
... potato, a side salad, and steamed vegetables in sweet and sour sauce), but it was delicious and so was the wine! After dinner, the boys came to meet the girls at the restaurant and we all went out to a bar, EuroPub, before heading back to our hostel for the night. At the bar, Sarah ordered a round of shots for the group that came on a tray with sparklers on both ends. So fun! We danced and had a couple drinks before calling it a night and heading back to our room.
... br> We found our later that Mum and Dave had discovered the Vondel, a huge park where the whole of Amsterdam seemed to spend their Sunday. They also learned how to find their way around on the local tram system. Somewhere on their journey someone managed to steal Dave's passport so they spent several hours at the local police station. Very friendly police stations there - you get offered cup of tea... Fortunately, they got away in time to tour the canals on a night cruise. ...
... that wont give us food poisoning, a nice little Italian restaurant around the corner.
We're bang on time for the sex show, as the seats fill up in rows I unfortunately am the start of a new row, closest to stage. Everyone is giving me ****, thinking I will be the first person picked for cowd interactive routines, I agree it's a **** position but if anything, they're more likely to pick people trying to hide. Tara kindly points out that the stairs are opposite side ...
... almost one day, we couldn't resist going out and explore this small city decorated with flowers, bikes and football fans. We finally could walk without worrying about being in an unknown city, even if this was our fist time in Utrecht for all of us. Now people couldn't tell if we were tourists except for the fact that Lindsay took more than 100 pictures in half an hour walk. One hour ...