Maritim Reichshof Hotel
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02.-03.10.2014, Hamburg - Dubai - Ho Chi Minh No i lecimy. Gosia długo nie może zdecydować się, który oglądać film, a ja nie mogę w ogóle zdecydować się co ze sobą zrobić. Człowiek jakiś taki nakręcony jest i trudno usiedzieć w miejscu. Za dużo w głowie biegania na kilka dni przed urlopem (właśnie lecimy nad Wrocławiem). Trochę trzeba było się ogarnąć, kiedy to dzień wylotu pojawił się w ...
... by the usual search for a restaurant. It did
not take us long to find. We settled for Highland Fling, called the Capri (better and cheaper than the one in Freo, I know that is hard to believe) and a great meal it
was. Seafood at its best, three different types of fish, prawns and squid with
fries and salad al for less than 18 Euros plus a complimentary shooter of Grappa
after our meal. Guess ...
... dotted the skyline. When containers became the norm for transporting goods, a large number of the old wharves became obsolete. One area is being converted into exclusive residential apartments. Another, which had grand storage warehouses has become offices and shops, as residentail conversion was not considered safe due to the very real liklihood of flooding.
After the tour, into the lower side of town and found ourselves in little Portugal. Loads of restaurants and ...
Quiet start to the morning. I'm driving still to rest Paul's foot.
Onto the autobahn and off across northern Germany. Traffic flowing at 130km/hr, or more. After a quick pertrol and pit stop, tried to return to the autobahn to find the situation had changed, drastically. No-one was moving. Shuffled forward, till we eventually left the autobahn and struck out on the minor roads.
Arrived in Luneberg later ...
... it was wonderful to be able to sit down and talk about the ATW80 programme and his take on BCD in EMEA. I was pleasantly surprised at how earnestly he asked questions about each of our backgrounds, experiences with the programme, and thoughts going forward. I also appreciated hearing Stephan’s take on the challenges currently facing the EMEA region. He focused on the fact that these challenges are not necessarily as desperate as they seem and challenge is not ...