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I'm a student in cultural studies, a museum enthusiast, a scrapbooker and an art journaler. I love to travel within Europe and I enjoy photography. You can read more about me on my homepage.
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Grave and Kleve with MartijnOn July 23, 2011 Martijn and I embarked on a daytrip. We don't see each other often enough, especially since he moved to the other side of the country, so we needed a day like this! A long, long time ago, in a distant past, when we were young and in love with each other and lived less than a kilometer apart, we used to go on daytrips all the time. We travelled all of the Netherlands and part of Belgium by train, visiting cities and sometimes museums.
Martijn picked me up at Nijmegen station, and after driving around for a while thanks to road works and unclear reroutes, we eventueally reached the nice historical town of Grave. We walked around and had lunch.
After Grave we wanted to visit Nijmegen, but we were chatting and driving and didn't find a parking space, and before we knew it, we were on the road to Millingen. We didn't find a spot suited for disembarking there, so we drove on to Kleve. I hadn't been there since 1991, and thanks to a friend of Frank who's devoted to this town it has gotten a somewhat legendary status within our family ;-) We walked around untill it was time to go, so Tijn could be home in time for dinner. Before he was to drop me off at the station we had a quick stop at his and Jill's place, and got to idea to get Chinese food together, there was something to celebrate. I got dessert (chocolate mousse). After dinner I took the train home.