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... overseen (by a stone relief of) St Martin.
Since the late 600's, a church has stood on this site. Due to either fires or wars, successive churches were destroyed. It wasn't until the 1200's that the first stone was laid for the current cathedral. After 300 years, with the cathedral still incomplete, both money and enthusiasm had faded, so it remained unfinished. That was ...
... we visited during ATW80) and what possible solutions may look like going forward.
Next we met with Heinz Jennewein, SVP EMEA Division Southwest. Heinz spoke about BCD’s global reach and how that forces change and with it, excitement. He said this in light of the challenges currently facing the EMEA region. We learned about how business has been recently in Belgium (fun fact: every year on January 1st the government decides ...
... a very tasty brunch there. The rest of the day was spent exploring the streets of Amsterdam. Visited the Tulip and Cheese Museums, didn't want to wait to visit Ann Frank House as queues were very long. The streets have a lot of rubbish and graffiti which is a shame. 10 June we went on a canal boat cruise from the hotel. This was interesting and informative. There are over 1500 bridges and canals ...
... as if we went to a different city, and we would have missed this had we taken the train. It wasn't as tightly packed and it seemed quieter than the center. When we finally got there, we ordered two beers and sat in the beer garden. Now this was a chill place, wooden picnic benches, grass, trees and looking out at the water. Of course, one beer in the weather started to change so we relocated inside to a
place with less wind and had a couple more drinks before we left. To ...
... 8230;') and started the trek to Utrecht (see what I did there!). We had to change trains at Antwerp and Rotterdam, but the journey went very quickly.
The first thing Joanna and I were struck by was the sheer volume of bikes in Utrecht. Bikes upon bikes, on top of bikes! It’s great that the city caters for such a healthy travel mode though. The lovely Rianne picked us up at the station. She greeted us by saying: ‘Good for you!’ because in Paris, we were ...
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