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... actually piles of spoil from when the region was mined. We visited the cathedral which houses the ornate wooden carriage used as part of the parade that leads to the dragon slaying re-enactment. The carriage, drawn by four horses, makes its way around the town and then up the hill to the cathedral. It is bad luck for the carriage to stop or go backwards on the trip up the hill, so the townsfolk help by pushing the very heavy carriage up. ...
... 8217;s efforts for inclusion. I also remind myself that in London I didn’t have many meetings scheduled at the beginning of the week but left the city having met with nine different individuals/organizations. As I travel, I will consistently need to remind myself that I am allowed to take time for myself and experience the cities and not to stress about the number of meetings. It will all work out in the ...
... and bike - the helmet looks quite odd up close and I wonder how comfortable it is? Brussels is the home of the European parliament and I did see some protestors on the streets and also in from of the parliament.
Saturday night we walked back into town and found a great little restaurant with good atmosphere and great food and as we walked home we thought, gosh it darn cold! And guess what, it snowed that night so when we woke in the morning there ...
... London like I have hundreds of times before, this time however it felt like I was visiting rather than commuting. After 3 hours of interviews and then a lunch meeting with ex- colleagues I was heading back to the airport and flew out of the UK once more. Lisa picked me up at the airport and that night I got to stay in Antwerp... Oh and I got the job by the way! She also announced that in the morning we were off to Luxembourg (see Luxembourg blog).
This is the first Christmas in years, maybe ever, that I haven't had a Christmas tree. I love everything about Christmas -- the tree and the ornaments, the cookie making and the mad wrapping frenzy at the end. And this year, it didn't quite feel like Christmas, and that makes me a little sad.
We knew going into this that it wouldn't feel the same, but we did our best to keep some of our traditions. This morning, ...