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... departments when it comes to making global financial decisions. Even thought this was only our second meeting of the day in EMEA, we have been hearing from different people, even before arriving here, the challenges facing the EMEA region in this industry and also, the ways for improvement and recovery.
The last meeting before lunch was with Heinz Jennewein, SVP EMEA Division Southwest. He gave us ...
... br> During our stay, we kept relatively close to the campsite and ventured into the town of Oosterbeek for our normal supplies – the weather over our 3 days on site has been
glorious with all three days necessitating the need for us to break out our factor 50 suncream! We are starting to get tan lines!
We will let the pictures do the rest of the talking, hopefully our next update will come from Germany!!
Tom and Sarah. ...
... chicken salad with cashews and an avocado dressing - and an espresso ofcourse! Delicious (€10.85).
Lots more walking today. The biking still fascinates me. There's so many of them and they all appear quite calm and as if they have all the time in the world (while they avoid pedestrians and cars). I watched from the hotel window tonight and noticed how few of them have lights and/or reflectors - and not one had reflective clothing! Let's not forget that ...
Tip for future travellers: If you rent a car, be sure you include unlimited mileage and FULL insurance!
Do NOT drive at night! (On highways not such a problem, but not on roads)
Take 2 credit cards and always have cash with you. Sometimes there is no power and you cannot pay with cards.
So this is the last blog of this trip. Lots of new stamps in my pasport, lots of coins and banknotes from ...