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... thus blocking my ability to pay. It's apparent distrust towards the guest stating he would possibly not be able to pay additional services. Sure, here it's a 200 dollar deposit, but in Morocco they blocked 1.000 euro, despite the fact that I wasn't even paying for the room. Just to be guest there! Credit card companies should not facilitate this, yet prevent it. During this holiday several amounts have been blocked and released. The most arbitrary amounts. ...
... where Boston area accidents
were categorized by type and dooring was number one. I was surprised that only
25% of accidents involved parking. I intend to follow up with Feistersband
about these statistics.
CROW design has been added to my reading list, I may do a qualitative
comparison between these guidelines and NACTO for my thesis. It’s currently the
most interesting thing to me. ...
... and headed out for one last evening in town. We stopped at a small cafe not far from our hotel - Cafe Z'waantje - for a dinner billed as "Oma's Recipe" - "comfort food", per the recommendation of the waitress, which seemed appropriate given our recent travails. Also - to make it even more fitting - "Oma" is the name baby Eva first called Patty when she was learning to speak, and Oma has remained her name when we visit Mike, ...
... While emotional and somber it was something we both are happy we did. Being able to walk trough the secret bookcase door to the small attic they lived in brought their story into a new perspective. They have done a great job with the house and have turned it into a wonderful museum that both pays tribute to the lives ruined by the holocaust and gives hope. Before leaving Amsterdam we took a detour on our travel ...
... Needless to say, I won't fly with Royal Dutch Airlines again - what a balls up for those who choose not to travel with a perfectly shaped suitcase. Not surprisingly, as I turned to walk towards security and give a big eff you to the "it's not one bag" guy there was a line of customers behind me with similar non-perfect suitcase shaped bags looking equally as unimpressed. Let's hope my bag actually makes it to Bulgaria or I'll be skiing in jeans and a jumper for ...