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Such a cute hostel wonderful lounge bar area and great staff! Didn't have any lockers but it was very clean and lovely!
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Well it was the morning we were leaving London and heading on to the wonderful Brussels, a city in Belgium. We had booked a bus to take us to Brussels from London and it was roughly a 6 & a half hour bus ride! It left at 9 so we figured waking up @ 7 would be plenty of time, assuming the Victoria Coach Station was in near distance, but we were …
... Newfoundland belonged to Great Britian, as did Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. However, they kept PEI, Cape Breton Island, St Pierre and Miquelon. Today, only St Pierre and Miquelon remain French.
At the corner of our street, Brigittenstraat with Nieuwegracht, was a house for a group of devout women who had yet to take their vows. They joined with the third order of St Francis of Assisi, and remained in ...
... was with Cees Batenburg, SVP of Global Accounting, where he explained all about how finances are managed on a global level for the company. Managing the finances of a global company does not seem to be an easy job. After learning so much about the different payment systems and the difficulties in getting payments quickly, it was interesting to hear about how global accounting works.
We then met with Heinz ...
... this one), the Magna shopping complex and more old buildings and bicycles in the Jordaan suburb. We saw a sign saying 'Homomonument'. We thought this was a mistranslation of english but alas it was not; Commissioned by the Homomonument Society it is a war memorial to victims and WWII and homosexuals who were persecuted at the time .
It was very busy inside the Anne Frank ...
... We got two bikes for three hours! However we didn't have them for long... Turns out I'm not very good at biking around Amsterdam, as I said earlier it's very busy. I haven't ridden a bike in years. Add to the mix a Dutch bike where you brake by pedalling backwards and apparently this ends in disaster. We hopped on and headed down one street, turned a corner and down that street and then I promptly and spectacularly crased. There was a big pile of rubbish bags (gross) that ...