Boutique Hotel Lumiere
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... The choice for Hong Kong, then, was easily made.
And so last December, it all started. I submitted my application (after checking and re-writing it about 1000 times), made it through the interview and results day. I sent my visa application, bought the tickets and got the necessary vaccinations. And now my suitcases are packed and I've said my good-byes. I pinch myself and realize this is not a dream - it's really happening!
Thanks to all of you who have ...
... it, and after she read the poem, she asked me to sing my song. I told her that I would try.
I almost broke once as I sang this song. I sang it from the heart! I looked around and there was not a dry eye in the house. It was a touching moment! I am so blessed for this experience!
I can't imagine the sorrow of losing a child, but to have one taken from you and murdered... there are no ...
... discrimination of the Jews, look what happened. There is a Memorial Room that contains the names of those that lost their lives here. They are no longer a number without meaning; they are names, with birth dates and death dates. They are human! They are people! They are a lost generation.
We went to the memorial where all of the people's names are listed that were shot, and they were 18 and over.
I wrote a song and sang it at the memorial Service that we held for the ...
... I guess you should always have a route in mind. I hope I don't get lost! Evan took me out to dinner to this place called Antonio's, owned by authentic Italian guys. The food was pretty amazing. We ordered pasta bolognese and a margarita pizza - both delicious. Our favorite part of this meal was not just the food but that the owner wore these checked and pointed alligator shoes. I honestly couldn't stop staring at them but those shoes made us laugh so ...
... a wander through the town, we headed north, the smell of Eindhoven, still fragrancing the air, to Utrecht to pick up the final registration papers for Larz. Signed and sealed and officially now ours, we drove Larz up to Amsterdam for a couple of days of sightseeing and exploring.
Arriving at Campground Zeeburg, a bohemian hide-away on the bank of the canals, we unloaded the bikes and set off to find a supermarket to restock our cupboards and the beer ...