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... beer. Not sure why it was called seasonal, but he liked it anyway. While no cider, I was told that one of the beers tasted of apples......I'm brave......
Not exactly like apples or cider, and not exactly like beer.
The cafes along the canal have some customers during the day, but once the sun moves, become quickly deserted.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... later in the week!
PS! With the change of plans we have actually added a few countries into our travel plans! I may or may not be in Budapest for my birthday!
This blog post is dedicated to my cousin Carolyn who is letting us stay in her hotel room this week with her in Dusseldorf. As well as to my Uncle Moe for hooking us up with our contacts in Berlin! I love you guys so much! What would I do without family!?
Hugs to all of you! ...
... in the sticker actually…
We meandered around town for a while, sticking our heads into lovely local shops like Dill and Camille, and even visited an Aboriginal art gallery. It was so bizarre to see one in Europe, and even stranger to see them selling products we don’t have in Aussie.
Rianne had told us about Olivier’s Belgian beer café, which used to be a church (when worshipping in public was illegal in Holland), but has since been turned ...