NH Centre Utrecht
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... to him.
The shortened version of his story is that it was a cold day when St Martin, then a soldier, was approached by a naked beggar for help. All that he owned were his clothes, (horse and equipment belonging to his emperor), so he cut his cloak in half and gave half to the beggar. Following this event, he was "visited" by the beggar as Jesus. St Martin then saw the ...
... agents in EMEA view themselves as providing services whereas the agents in the U.S. see themselves in sales roles. We spoke briefly about how the disparity in responses speaks largely to the variance in culture. Peter also spoke to the importance LinkedIn plays in the BCD HR realm as it is used to establish a brand, help employees feel connected, and proactively foster relationships with candidates. I appreciated hearing LinkedIn being ...
The Hat set sail from the "Skinny Bridge".
Freed by a sudden gust of wind and loose from its tether off it sailed North Westwards up the Amstel. Narrowly avoiding two, glass topped, pleasure cruisers and a police launch it quickly gathered momentum using both wind and current.
Turning right at the New Herengraght canal it slipped easily and confidently under the footbridge.
I watched its ...
... Then we went to rugby training and I had a good run around. Then it was back home for more beers and card games. Aside from spending a night sharing a couch with a Irish wolf hound, nothing really funny happened here. But I thought it was worth mentioning because it really showed me the kindness that still exists in the world if you are open to it! The next day, I didn't steal any of his stuff, and he didn't kill me and I left to go to Berlin! Safe and ...
... two teenagers could keep the entire busy joint running but they did a good job and we were very satisfied.
After brunch, we did some more sight seeing. We walked through a huge outdoor shopping area which had both store fronts and carts. The carts were filled with flower sales, from tulip bulbs in bags, to fresh cut flowers and even a few potted cacti. It was fun walking down the
streets and looking at everything for sale. There also wasn't a shortage of gift shops, shoe ...