Mercure Hertogenbosch Rosmalen
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... having to go into the shops begging for them to change our notes, as of course the lockers only took coins! We managed to get to grand place for 10.45 and joined a free walking tour of Brussels. 3 hours long. We saw a lot of the main sites and learnt a lot about the history of Belgium from our super enthusiastic tour guide. Later we met Anna, Naomi, ...
... separated and these people helped us to reconnect, going way out of their way to help us, something we truly appreciated. Haike, especially, reached out providing special help.
We stayed at a Bed and Breakfast out in the country last night which was very nice. This was recommended to us by one of the people who helped us earlier in the day. It was good to get out of the wind and the ...
... briefcase with his computer.......leather coats......all left. Truly grateful.
Managed to navigate the car to our new abode and unload. Fortunately we'd also negotiated to rent our landlords secure car space (not included with the apartment) at a nearby location. After that, the process of contacting Europecar, police etc began.
We didn't make it to the film festival that night but did find a greek restaurant with amazing roast lamb shoulder.
... we learned about the main characteristics of HR during our visit to BCD Travel in Atlanta. Today, Peter made a wonderful job in explaining to us the main differences and challenges in the EMEA region compared to other regions. Having visited some of the places he was mentioning during his presentation, I understood better how important is the process of adaptation to each different region where BCD is present, ...
... per sq km they can't afford to have urban sprawl. Our first stop was Zaanse Schans (a windmill village) with its typical green-timbered houses and warehouses. We were told every windmill is different according to its purpose. We got to see the working parts of a windmill that operates as a sawmill. The spice grinding windmill wasn't actually operating when we were there but oh the fragrance when we walked in the door - glorious! It was at this stop that ...