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Like in many other places in The Netherlands, Wageningen has created a cosy environment on it's old market. Many cafes, bars and restaurants have here terraces and they are filled with young and old people that chat, drink and watch people. A Dutch tradition that reaches it's highest point in studenttowns. Well, in that case Wageningen terraces are of course very good filled with students from the agricultural university.
Written Jun 29, 2003
If the frost is strong enough for about a week, which has become rare in recent years, many Dutch will take to the canals, small lakes or (deliberately) flooded fields for their favourite winter sports: skating. The brave even take to the deeper waters, which still have open patches, like this one, next to the Rhine river. So you better take care, if you can't swim...
Equipment: skates, though sometimes a sleigh, some simple boards and a chair (to sit on and to "stabalize" the beginner) can be of help...
Updated Jan 28, 2006
Address: anywhere where there is water