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Thursday, 20 November 2003
la toscana

La Toscana, Haguenau

Tonight after work a group of about 14 of us went to the Badminton Palace in Brumath, and played for 2 hours. The good news is that my badminton is improving. The bad news, according to the guy who works there, is that the Palace is likely to close at the end of the month. The owner is not happy that they are making enough money. Afterwards I popped back to chez Wolff to get changed, and took a phone call from Kash (a potential client). Then Stuart arrived back and advised me that the front bumper of my car was dangling. I got that sorted out, then went to meet up with 8 colleagues for supper at a nearby Italian Restaurant (see photo above).  It was excellent: very genuine Italian. The Spanish waiter was also very courteous and treated us to a digestif at the end of the meal. It was not like we had eaten much, or spent a lot of money, so it was kind of him.

Today I found out that one of our newish, young, colleagues is a budding musician and has a website where you can download songs from his first album.  He writes and plays the music himself. Unfortunately he has some limitations on traffic at his webhost, so the site is sometimes not available, or you can only download a few tracks at a time.  If you like mellow Irish music, you should go and have a listen to Marcus.

Popple tells me that

Rudolph Strauli is off to Cinderella’s Ball next Saturday dressed as a pumpkin.  He hopes that when midnight strikes, he will turn into a coach!

Posted by bigblue on 20/11/2003 at 12:23 AM
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