Apollo Hotel Utrecht
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... All plans cancelled as the rain was torrential and the wind such that we were concerned about the roof remaining intact. It did.
Fortunately by late afternoon the storm had passed so we walked out and about and into Cafe Oliver. It looked somewhat like like an old church hall on the inside, and definitely the place to be. Paul was happy with ...
... departments when it comes to making global financial decisions. Even thought this was only our second meeting of the day in EMEA, we have been hearing from different people, even before arriving here, the challenges facing the EMEA region in this industry and also, the ways for improvement and recovery.
The last meeting before lunch was with Heinz Jennewein, SVP EMEA Division Southwest. He gave us ...
... we hopped on a city bound train. And stayed on the city bound train until it got to the end of its line and went back to where we had just come from, because no one was actually paying attention. (In the defence of the group leaders, it was only two stops) finally we made it to trouw. Which is apparently an Amsterdam institution. It is a big old printing press with a few different dance floors, a full restaurant and a bowling alley. It was pretty ...
... needs a pint let me know. After the tour we headed back to Dam Square. After all our walking we decided to refuel with an all you can eat sushi... Not very Dutch we know but at that point we were sooooo hungry from all our touring that we needed some serious feeding! Later we walked the streets again, the place really transforms after dark, out come the night owls. I don't think there is one coffee shop in Amsterdam that actually sells coffee, they all sell cannabis as that ...
... I am tall, I have blue eyes, I like the cold and I have really rosy cheeks.
Joanna and I visited the university again to scam some of their wifi. We then met Tijs in a main square and walked to a favourite pub where many history students were gathering. We met lots of cool people that night and drank (and enjoyed) cherry beer. It was good because Jeffrey was there so I got to see him again. We played darts, enjoyed the student discounted beer and were merry.