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... today) and enjoy having some time to get organized. If only for a day. You know it's important for me to keep organized. So I've to unpack, look after my mail (maybe even a lonesome birthdaycard), download my pics, do my laundry and get groceries to get this thing on a roll again on my own. But I'm a happy camper with again another experience. Thank you all for reading. Signing off for this ...
... the outside but beautifully renovated on the inside. You can book rooms there with view on the Tower Bridge and also the hotel bar has an astonishing view on the same bridge. At the back of the hotel you can find St. Katherine's Dock, a small, cosy harbor with plenty of pubs, restaurants and bars. I will be working for the Housekeeping department which will be a challenging job ...
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.
Thank you all for you mails and remarks.
I am looking fwd to my next trip.
Now back to work, to earn money for my next journey.
... later resorted to 88mm barrages. Nimegen was liberated from German captivity by the British Grenadier Guards as well as the American 82nd Airborn Division in September 1944. This city was later used as and springboard for Operation Veritable, the invasion across the ...
As many of you may know, Nick has been involved with the Royal Australian Air Force as a Reservist. As such, he has been a military participant the in the Four Day Marches which are held in Nijmegen, The Netherlands every July. The Dutch have a quaint organisation that governs "Road Marching" and there is even an International Marching League! Who'd have thought it! Anyway, the Four-Day (or Vierdaagse, in Dutch) takes place over 4 days every July ...