AMSTERDAM, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Couples in Amsterdam are writing out their dreams of passion for the chance to spend a night in a small car fitted with a bed and hoisted up on poles. For a free overnight stay, couples must write to the Italian artist who converted the hatchback, and explain their romantic intentions -- ranging from marriage proposals to re-enactments of teenaged backseat fumblings. Federico D'Orazio said he removed the seats of the Opel Kadett, squeezed a double bed into ...
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