NH Conference Center Koningshof
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... about 150km/h in parts, through an amazing amount of beautiful green scenery.
At about quarter past eleven, we finally arrived - and quickly saw Gerda. We must have walked straight past Uco (sorry Uco!) as he was waiting up on the platform. But soon enough we were all together, and off we went to Gerda’s place, just a few minutes walk from the station. Coffee, cake, conversation, all in plentiful supply ...
... The fear of being too close to science is
that you are vaporised or absorbed but by now we know our stuff and we know
what technology should be about. We have enough research to substantiate this.
Therefore affiliating with them should be ok. Hope is on STEM. If we still are
not able to function well in the consortium of math and science and If STEM
doesn’t work we might as well quit….. Because staying away in isolation is not
... luck upon our third. Excellent navigation then kicks in and we pick up our fourth and fifth...with the fifth being extra special as we sneak in between two other teams looking either side of the control area...and are out before they notice! A quick stop to watch a greyhound race at the local track then we continue back to TA1.
Leg three sees us back on the bikes and on our way to a special stage. This special stage requires a team member to climb ...
... I guess you should always have a route in mind. I hope I don't get lost! Evan took me out to dinner to this place called Antonio's, owned by authentic Italian guys. The food was pretty amazing. We ordered pasta bolognese and a margarita pizza - both delicious. Our favorite part of this meal was not just the food but that the owner wore these checked and pointed alligator shoes. I honestly couldn't stop staring at them but those shoes made us laugh so ...
... but they were all tourists. I’m not sure I am as fond of Bruges at this time of the day. We did the compulsory Belgium things – chocolate, for Macka it was chocolate on a stick, waffles and beer (one can with lunch anyway. ) Lunch was at a park by the canal reserved for ducks of massive proportions and swans. We had to sit back with our cheese, rollmops and cold meat from the butcher, who was disappointed the world championships were in ...