Subject: Re: My one week trip in Oslo (this Wednesday)
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From: Pierre-Philipp Braun <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/06/2003 18:40:11
I'm sorry, i confused Netherlands and Norway (called Norvege en French,
sounds a little similar).
All my excuses.
On Jul 6, 2003 18:15 +0200, Pierre-Philipp Braun wrote,
> Dear NetBSD users and/or developpers,
> i know NetBSD mailing-lists's aim isn't to meet physicaly people.
> Nevertheless, i've got a flight ticket for Oslo, and will spend one week
> there (my girlfirend travels in Peru right now, thus i will be alone).
> I need a bed where to sleep from (this) 8 Jul 2003 to 14 Jul 2003 and i'm
> wondering if the Netherland NetBSD community could be helpfull.
> Here are my reasons:
> 1/ I've been told that EVERYTHING is extreme expensive in your country, so
> i'm wondering where to sleep, in a rented car, in a cheap hotel, using bed &
> breakfast facility, searching for the cheapest solution.
> 2/ I'm going there to discover your country, your culture, your behaviours,
> and to read my Nietsche books quietly, why not in the countryside sometimes,
> i've seen some fabulous photos of it. Thus, being advised where to go
> (especially in Oslo @night), and having a direct contact with a Netherland
> NetBSD Nerd would be a good start *grin*
> And of course, the reciprocal one goes from it: you are welcome in Paris
> (30m2 appartement with two rooms and potentially a bed in each one).
> Besides, i know Paris wery well.
> FYI, i'm 23 years old, and here is a photo of me:
> Thanks in advance.
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