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... hotel has 801 rooms with over 120 staff members on the HK Department alone! Upon arrival, I will be cleaning rooms for about 1 or 2 weeks and after that, I will mainly be supervising and controlling. Corresponding with trainees that are currently there has taught me to have a flexible attitude as it'll never be the same.
I'll try to keep my blog as up to date ...
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.
To be on the bus by 8am for the city tour and canal cruise required an earlier start than usual. To warm up for the day, a hot cuppa was available for the early birds at 6am, but 7am was a more respectable time to be seated for breakfast. On offer was yet another amazing selection of delicacies, starting with cereal, fresh fruit, joghurt, followed by bread types of all descriptions to be had with cheese, cold cuts, or conserves. This could be followed by ...
... I suspect I was starting to be recognised on the streets of Arnhem as I had pretty much driven up each of them several times. So I gave up on the sat nav and tried my own route. Wrong. I ended up going up an alley with some threatening looking men stood in it. Or maybe they'd heard of me being in the area and wanted to see me for themselves. It was at this point I gave up.
So the elusive car house remains unknown to me. I had spent over ...
... in the area which almost obliterated the town. Operation Market Garden in 1944 was supposed to secure passage through several bridges in the Netherlands to enable the allied troops to advance into Germany. This, combined with surprise parachuting of troops behind enemy lines, was successful in several areas but unfortunately the troops at Arnhem were pinned down by the Germans and the allies blew up the bridge to stop the German advance. The town was almost ...