Bilderberg Hotel De Buunderkamp
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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Our departure from Amsterdam went pretty smoothly. We had gone in yesterday to arrange for the bikes so we thought it would go rather quickly. It did not but that was okay since it was to our advantage. The bike shop owner wanted to check out bike mechanics, grease the chains, change the seats, and put air in the tires. All the while he was working he was explaining to us about his life ...
... Pretty much a smaller version of Amsterdam.
The apartment owner greeted us and let us begin our stay at 10:30 AM. He talked for about 30 minutes about his home and family and the difference between Netherlands and U.S. He commented on how little luggage we have, saying most Americans travel with huge suitcases for short periods of times. We each had a daypack and I also carried ...
... all were closed on Sunday, so we might look in them tomorrow before leaving. It had a magnificent water tower, one original city gate remaining and it had interesting art work floating in the canal in the town centre. It was lovely to be able to sit outside in the sunshine for a change and have a drink.
Simon although still in pain, has been a lot better today, the drugs are kicking in. John had a long ...
... regulations only within Europe.
Last but not least, we had a great closing meeting with Ilona de March. I feel extremely lucky to have had the chance to have an open discussion about the EMEA market with her in order to have clear vision of the region, its specifies and related challenges.
"You can do everything, never give up and if you have something to say, then say it" - Ilona de March
... time of about 3:00am (note, they party late in holland) we decided to head home and get some sleep before our kings day festival. Kings day, is something like Australia Day at home. Everyone gets their orange clothes on and parties. The streets of Amsterdam were crowded with people and everyone was in an amazing mood. If you ever get the chance, be in Amsterdam for kings day! But we were headed to a festival, headlined by a dance musician I had never ...