Bilderberg Residence Heideborgh
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... most of the time, we got ourselves rather sunburnt and were very hot and annoyed by the time we pulled into our overnight stop of Rheinberg.
It was an exhausting and frustrating day of riding and we were so tired by the end of it that we were dreading the following day, which we had already planned to be over 100km of riding. (Since we were planning 2 nights ahead by this point and we had decided to really push ourselves and see if we could ...
... sights and places personal to her. We saw some windmills (it is the Netherlands!) and a castle. When we arrived at a restaurant, Belle, we had some tea and cookies. Then we continued our walk. We shared good conversation during the walk, and I think that she is a fascinating woman. She is very interested in Buddhism, yoga, and generally living an enlightened, healthy life. After my long pilgrimage and my many days of introspection, ...
... we went there this afternoon. It had a lot of old train cars and surprisingly, much info about the "tour de France". As we walked there and back, we saw crowds of people sitting out in the sun in parks and restaurants along the streets. This must be one of the first really warm days here. So, of course, our next stop was for gelato.
The breakfast we received was so big that we ate ...
... University-based behavior support model that we used at camp and that I very much support.
http://qz.com/310622/the-scientific-evi dence-against-spanking-timeouts-and-sle ep-training/
For those who don't care enough to read the entire article, below is what I found to be the main take-away messages.
"Bryson recommends asking yourself two questions
in any moment that you intend to “discipline” your ...
Today we said goodbye to London and headed on the coach to Amsterdam! The first hour we learnt all about contiki and our tour before arriving at the white cliffs of Dover and boarding the ferry. The ferry was a nice break to get some food and walk around and before we knew it we were in France! Our tour guide is Taryn and our diver is Ian, they are both fantastic! Back on the bus for a three our trek into Belgium. For lunch we stopped right at the border, and ...