Mercure Nijmegen Centre
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... out this Dutch city, where the first thing you see is that everyone rides a bike. We are told most Dutch residents own an average of 3 bikes. And that is how they get around. Gas is about $10 per gallon. This is another small town that we were able to cover most of the main town center with about 1 1/2 hour walk. The people is much more mixed than the German towns we visited so far. More nationalities. The tour and crews all ...
... to technology within and outside primary schools. At this time Importance was given to combining thinking with doing (Lemmen 1997, p.118).
Primary TE is integrated into other subjects. There were several attempts to increase the focus of TE in primary after the implementation of the Technology Action Plan. Mid 2000's schools were given money under a program titled VTB which was a large retraining program for teachers. This was implemented by the ...
... and then to their house for coffee afterwards. Even though the service was in Dutch it was good to just be a part of that worship. I think we will probably continue to go to their church-- we'll see. So that brings me right up to this moment, and now you are updated on what I have been up to! Tonight Mike & I have been invited over to his colleague's house for dinner. Hope everyone is doing well, you all are on my mind often. ...
... they have buttered ny bread with a gift! Thanks Celine for the biscuits, syrup, chocolates, butter and wine (not of maple syrup, but still from Canada!). So she could stay. The weekend was nothing short of fantastic! It was nice to have a visit from someone who wasn't happy to spend all day puffing weed in a smelly coffeeshop and instead we took in: History - Ann Franks house, although ...
... to the Albert Heijn supermarket for a tube of tasty fresh juice, i continued to vibe around the hostel common room, watching tv, writing blogs, surfing the web, and playing guitar. Its a tough life, i know. I realise. But i'm good for it. I will soldier on. The hoard of Italian stoners continued to inhabit the hostel balcony, common room and backyard seating area, and continued to appear collectively zombified and persistently ravenous. Sipping on a couple of cans ...