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We went to Beekbergen strictly as a stop over before arriving in Amsterdam. We had one night remaining until our apartment was booked and we needed a campsite. The place was a little expensive but the campsite was pretty. We got our first private site which was completely surrounded by trees and bushes. We actually felt like we were camping! And …
... my dearest colleagues, looking forward to it!
The hotel I will be working for during my traineeship is the Tower Hotel in London. It's part of a chain called Guoman & Thistle Hotels that have hotels throughout the entire world. For the people who know England and/or have a travel book about London, it's located right next to the Tower Bridge. The building is ...
KL 592 departed 45 mins late because the cabin crew kicked out three passengers who were drunk when the boarded. Little mistake from the ground crew.
10:45 hrs flying time to AMS.
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I am looking fwd to my next trip.
Now back to work, to earn money for my next journey.
Well, today we spent most of our time on board, but we did learn a lot about the Netherlands. So here's your lesson for today. The Netherlands ( low lands) 15,000 square miles 17,000,000 pepole. Densest country in the world. 70 percent is at or below sea level. 900 years ago, the land owners attracted farmers because they got the land for free. Thousands of dams, dikes, locks, and windmills to fight the water. Miles of steel gates (dams) in the ...
... The dogs are all very well behaved and their owners have them on a leash. Just a different part of culture for us to see.
I saw my first church here. This church dates back to 1470. We just don't have dirt that old here in Canada. I think the one thing that impressed me most about Europe is that they actually respect their history. They don't tear it down to make way for a new road....they build the road around their history.