Tulip Inn Sevenum
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We arrived at Dan and Andrea's place yesterday around noon and enjoyed a nice lunch of soup and an Italian pizza at the local (and newly renovated) Italian restaurant a short walk away. Dan and Andrea are both working full time and so we took the afternoon yesterday and this morning to explore around the town. We picked up our VW Golf station wagon this afternoon. A really nice vehicle with full GPS which will come in handy. I have ...
... city with lots of history. Standing on their balcony, you can see into Belgium in on direction and to Germany in the other. Quite a unique little corner of the Netherlands. We were treated to wonderful home-cooked Dutch cuisine and had a fun time catching up after some ten years since they visited us in Canada.
They were kind enough to drive us to our other dear friends in the area as Andrea and Dan Roach only live about 40 minutes from the Ronckens. Dan is ...
... and lunchless. Eight miles later we arrived at the Oirschot campsite at our lunchtime (2pm) to find that the site was technically closed. However, the "babysitters" were summoned by intercom and after some mis-communication they let us in for €18. It's a smallish but well-organised Dutch site. We're parked adjacent to a pitch that is covered in acorns. I imagine staying overnight there would be a noisy experience. After lunch ...
Well, the time to say goodbye is certainly in full swing. Colleagues, friends, family... Sometimes combined with other activities (concert, dinner), sometimes a dedicated moment. It's really great to see everyone who means a lot to you in such a short period of time. And since most of these 'events' are in small groups, I really have the opportunity to talk to everyone instead of just shaking a hand and saying goodbye.
Last week I had my so called 'Home finding trip'. It typically consists of one day of acquainting yourself with the work place and two days of driving around with a real estate broker to find a suitable place to live. The first part was very nicely prepared and arranged by the department I'll be working for. The second part did not only require some more input from me, but it also could have much bigger consequences: a wrong decision here could be ...