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Sensational weather today predicted and delivered (I even needed sun cream) We bought I Amsterdam cards today and started our tour with a canal cruise, winding along the canals of Amsterdam the houses are picturesque. The house boats permanently moored by the sides of the canals are as at home here as the many many bikes tied up everywhere. Wether caught a tram down to a cheese shop and bought baguettes with ham and cheese for lunch. Those crazy Dutch we bought ...
... of the places. I would confidently say that I spoke the least in those few hours but it totally relaxed my mind and soul. Thanks for the experience given and showing me your beautiful city. Most of these pictures were taken while I was still cycling :-) so if they are shaken or blurred, you know the reason why!!!
I should also thank him for teaching me to ride a geared bike and making me believe that I could do it. ...
... I will always remember you Moirita, rest in peace in the company of your tia Maureen and your
tio Fred, who loved you too.
Krysia Dunin-Borkowski wrote:
Moira was such a wonderful, lively and caring friend. I knew Moira since we were 6 years old. We lived nearby and carpool to school, and many Friday afternoons played together. I remember going to her house and the playroom on the second floor, where there was a ...
Today we visited the BCD Headquarters in Utrecht and met with senior level managers from all different areas of the company. One thing that I have found in common throughout every country that I have traveled is how friendly and down to earth all of the BCD leadership is. They all seem very interested in explaining anything and everything to us to help us learn more about the industry.
Our morning of meetings ...
... shops. Wonderful to have the time to leisurely browse and enjoy all the differences and variety. I went back to The Dom today - when I think of the word grandeur now I will be recalling this beautiful building. It's goosebump stuff. Another thing I wanted to tick off was trying Dutch Apple cake so that was my late lunch with an espresso at 3pm (€5.70). Just as sensational as I had thought ...