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... quite popular in Europe: BENELUX, which stands fro Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. His one advice to us was that we should try to stay as close to the client process as possible so that we don’t lose the client focus of the company.
Our day at Utrecht ended with a meeting with three ladies from the Challenge program at BCD. The program is designed for existing employees at BCD in order to help empower them to excel in their role. We got a chance ...
... We sorted out the missing bits and Isi did the editing and adding extra bits and found that if she went into the laundry room of the Capitainerie (nest to the boat) she could sit in the dry and access the WiFi.
John went off to the MAS museum and to take photos from the top floor panoramic viewing area. He managed to do that in the only break in the weather in the afternoon. The museums within featured painters, 1914 exhibit story ...
Lovely weekend with my Czech friend Kamila, popping over from London to see the Christmas market, drink mulled wine and catch up with a friend living there. Perfect setting to kick off the Christmas feeling, eating of mussels with the compulsory chips, sampling of those famous Belgian beers and having a nice night out. The bed and breakfast is centrally located, perfect for a night or two. A bit noisy, but bearable. Chocolate shopping is a must do if you are a fan like me:-)
... were very old and mostly original but some were rebuilt around the canals that wove around the old city.It was a very ornate town with lace, chocolate shops and taverns everywhere. There was a triathlon on and there were barricades everywhere. We went on a canal cruise but even this was interrupted by the triathlon (I don't know how anyone could swim in those canals but they did). We then had free time, so Marg and I went to try some chocolate and some Brugge ...
... The idea of my car getting on a train and crossing a undersea tunnel was exciting. Though a bit delayed due to peak Easter travel period we got our car onto the train. It was a 35 min journey to the other side of the tunnel. Out in Calais, France, my long drive to Antwerp, Belgium begun. After driving for approx 40 mins in northern France I crossed over to Belgium. This is known territory for I ...