Hotel de Stern
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... too, of course, and their Metro system, but the bicycles are most dangerous, so we've been told. After lunch yesterday we headed off to the red light district. How can anyone visit Amsterdam and not check out the red light district? Such an orderly city, but seeing the middle-aged prostitutes in the windows displaying their truly hefty selves was not the most pleasant thing. ...
As the pilot had predicted, because of strong tail winds (~100 mph), we arrived in Amsterdam a few minutes before our scheduled arrival time, despite our late departure from Chicago. We found our way to the baggage claim and collected our bags. Following the signs, we found the place for hotel shuttles and then we waited, again. We must have just missed ...
... face it, that is pretty much what they all say. Some notable workshops included: Effective Learning at work: The only differentiator Charles Jennings- Reuters (Australian) Towards an Ecology of services for learning and developing Jan Nieuweboer- Rabobank Nederland Virtual Academy: Developing our agents Timothy P. Groh- FBI The future of learning is learning for now David Havis - BNY Mellon University University Relations: How global ...
... also a room where some of Rembrandt’s early works were exhibited; this was much less crowded and we were able to appreciate the artist’s intricate brushwork.
After spending so much time in museums we decided to see the city from its canals and took one of the many canal cruises that were on offer. This was a great introduction to the canal area of the city. The canal cruise gave us the opportunity to view the many house boats up close and get ...
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When I last updated you I had just gotten to the farm in Friesland. So I spent two weeks at the bed and breakfast. It was really a unique experience, and I enjoyed it a lot because the work, though tough, really paid off. Sometimes they have schools come and I got to sing and organize games for the kids, which was really awesome. And of course there is always work to do, cleaning out the yurt, the treehouses and various other living places (a tee pee!)