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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... over a couple of wide rivers, I commented on their beauty - Greg's comment "I wonder how the Russians got across these rivers during the war" I guess his military history gene is very strong! We usually travel at about 120km/h and are passed by everything except trucks who stay in the right lane. It seems that the fastest overtaking cars are Audis - hundreds of them! At one stage today we were overtaken by a car (not unusual and not an Audi) with the ...
Amsterdam ... Predicted temperature 30°c ... Sounds like a good excuse to escape the city and explore a couple of recommended destinations: 1. Kröller-Müller Museum which is sort of central and east of Amsterdam near to Arnhem, and 2. Kinderdijk which is south of Amsterdam and close to Rotterdam. A little judicious Google-mapping and your average Dutch person would say definitely two different day trips. Your ...
... become a convent till 1580 when services of the catholic faith were banned.
Twijnstraat and Ledig Erf at the other end of town. More locals, more students, less tourists. A corner packed with a great abundance of pubs and cafes. Whilst deserted in the early mornings, a chattering mass of people in the evening.
The film festival was over, but saw "A Most Wanted Man" in english instead.
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One of my favorite meetings of the day was with Illona De March, who is President of EMEA. Similiar to Heinz, she told us all about the challanges of Europe. One of the biggest fundamental challenges throughout Europe is the differences in countiries. The differences are the languages, accounting and financial systems. They are constantly trying to find ...
... Ryan. It refers to the Jack Frost bridge in Arnhem where the ship has sailed while we were out. The current bridge (named for a general in the British Army) replaces the bridge over the Rhine that was destroyed during Operation Market Garden, a failed attempt by British forces to liberate a part of northeastern Holland, cross the Rhine and enter the Ruhr Valley. After lunch, Jan Loos a resident of Arnhem visits the boat to talk about his experiences during ...