Postillion Hotel Utrecht/Bunnik
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wouldn't budge, responses ranged from 'go get more money', 'go **** yourself', 'go **** your buddy' - a lot of no's really. The best response was the girl who took the money, Daniel thinking she'd accepted, then her slamming the door in his face. She opened it up and gave it back, but his initial expression was priceless. With the night approaching 2am, we stumbled to a taxi, managed to point our way home, and crashed into bed. Day 3 done ...
... We also saw interesting buildings and architecture from hundreds of years ago, it's all so amazing. It's impossible to se Anne Frank house as the line is at least 300 meters long, it would take at least 3 hours to make it in there. Heineken and snack time and then found a area of shops that were finally affordable (because of the euro being so high). Lots of neat clothes for 5-15€ or $10-$30 ...
The Finnish experience actually started when we boarded the Finnair flight at Bangkok. The flight attendants were very attentive as we settled into our fold back seats. Two mature and stylish Finnish ladies were in charge of our comfort for the next 10 hours. As soon as we took off they were coming around in a sushi train fashion delivering every conceivable comfort. The meals were delivered in style. The cutlery and glassware was heavy. ...
... It is a magnificent building. It had a banner hanging outside saying that for over 125 years there had been someone at prayer in the church at any given time. I joined that list and kept the tradition. It can be difficult to be prayerful when there are so many people wandering through who have no sense of prayer, however the staff have cordoned off a section for the devout to sit. I sat there for a while, trying to manage the overwhelming sense of where I ...
... what it sounds like – what lessons did we learn from this operation, and how can we apply them to future situations? What went well? What didn’t? I offer you my own “lessons learned” from this internship. Of course, some of this I already knew, but this experience just reinforced it.
1. Wine and coffee. Enough said. Lunch isn’t complete without at least one glass of wine, and no civilized person ...