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... a crowed shopping centre. We gave up and drove off to the next camping spot.
We went to Meijel, a small town in southern Netherlands near the German border. It was in the middle of nowhere but there was a co-op with food and a large empty parking lot. Another problem sorted. No water hoses yet but the camp site had toilets and showers.
Woke up to snow and very cold temperatures. Then van is warm except for the floor, which makes your toes quite cold.
... departments when it comes to making global financial decisions. Even thought this was only our second meeting of the day in EMEA, we have been hearing from different people, even before arriving here, the challenges facing the EMEA region in this industry and also, the ways for improvement and recovery.
The last meeting before lunch was with Heinz Jennewein, SVP EMEA Division Southwest. He gave us ...
... where people were breakdancing on a stage to a packed house. A dead soldier laying in a road, the camera lingering on his face. A group of men helping each other construct a house. A shot of a river. A shot of trees. All of which to a soundtrack of ambient sounds or people singing. Odd noises. Low, disturbing tones.
What was most striking was that it was all filmed with an infrared camera. People's clothes ...
... we hopped on a city bound train. And stayed on the city bound train until it got to the end of its line and went back to where we had just come from, because no one was actually paying attention. (In the defence of the group leaders, it was only two stops) finally we made it to trouw. Which is apparently an Amsterdam institution. It is a big old printing press with a few different dance floors, a full restaurant and a bowling alley. It was pretty ...
... we left the museum and walked around the city for a while. The area had several canals lined with house boats and several boat tours going through them. The buildings completely surrounded the canals and you never would have know it was built up the way it was unless you got a chance to walk through it. After walking around a little while, the weather started turning and it began raining. We tried staying inside of different shops to keep dry, especially when the hail started. ...