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... people on the boat there was a lot of noise! As you all know, I really hate stupid people. And there were lots of stupid people on that boat.
Our day improved with a visit to a local bakery for coffee, hot chocolate and a snack! I had a traditional apple pie and Dylan had a piece of chocolate cake - similar to Black Forest he tells me! We also bought some wafer biscuit things. Apparently these are ...
... photos of me in her her adorable dirndl that she had gotten for Octoberfest to get me pumped up for Germany. She even turned on the Octoberfest station and I got really into it for a few minutes...lol! She got some cute pics and I concluded that I MUST find one of these to take home with me from Germany as they are quite flattering and really stinking cute! I still had some laundry in the drier so we decided to go enjoy our last supper together at Cafe de Klos, ...
... brewery tour I’ve been on. It was almost like an amusement park. Along with 3 free beers, we got a free glass. I also got my name printed on a bottle of Heineken for €6 which was awesome! After we had dinner, Sam came back to our hotel room and I packed for the next morning.
This morning I woke up at 5am and very exhausted. I got ready, packed the last of my things and checked out of the Hotel Belfort in Amsterdam. We caught a tram to Central Station and then a ...
City and country tour of Amsterdam today. We were picked up by our tour company from the motel at 8.15 this morning to meet at the tour office and begin our city tour at 9.00. Drove all around the city with a tour guide explaining all the landmarks and buildings. Stopped at one of two windmills left in the city and also at the Diamond Factory, Coster Diamonds. The diamond factory was interesting. They showed the different sizes and clarity of diamonds and ...
... should not feel the policy while on the road, and that the value of TMCs increases with each additional time-saving option for the customer.
As soon as the forum ended we said goodbye to Marie and were off to the airport again. We landed in Hamburg, checked in at the hotel, and stopped by to say hello to Wiebke, a MAP 2 grad who is hosting us for the Germany days of EMEA, before calling it a day and heading to ...