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Old 03-09-2007   #41
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Rotterdam mostly. Great food there.
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yes, a great town the food is great (have you been to the jazz cafe called Dizzy?) and a very handson mentality of the city people.
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My favorite is the one that used to be the head office of a shipping company in the old days. Do you know that one.
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you mean hotel new york. It is located on the water and ships used to sail off to America.
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Yes! that one!
The water is a river not sea, right.

My other favorite is a one that no Dutch know about, even though it's about 300 years old. And it specializes in a very Dutch steak (forgot the name, sorry). Ternudu? or something like that.
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My other favorite is a one that no Dutch know about, even though it's about 300 years old.
please enlighten our dutchmen!
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Oh man, my memory is not helping. I used to remember the names of the streets of Rotterdam.

In any case, that restaurant is so old that it doesn't have any decoration. The tables and everything is what it used to be then. Also, it used to be the favorite dinning place for students 300 years ago.

I've been to too many restaurants all over the place, but that one is certainly very special.

You have to check it out, Rense. It's worth the drive from Amsterdam (if you are in Amsterdam).
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Very good Kev, I'm impressed. Just a little note, if I may. You forgot to capitalize "y" in the beginning of your reply

i didnt forget, i was just to lazy to. notice i am too lazy to spell didnt right as well.
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"Irregardless" isn't a word at all, but give it some time. "Regardless" is what is implied.
It's actually recognized as a word now, with the same meaning as "regardless".

Irregardless - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It's also noted in several dictionaries.
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that's just terrible. It remains a pet peave for me. Maybe that means I am old and unwilling to change.

ps: I am not fond of double negatives either, perhaps that is my issue with irregardless.


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