NH Centre Utrecht
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... increase for the entire nation) and the changes occurring in the Netherlands market.
Chugging right along we spoke with Ingeborg Rijks, Global Supplier Relations Director, about her role and view of EMEA. Ingeborg told us that supplier relations in EMEA has significantly more deals to work out because there is a greater variety of regulations and hoops to jump through in the differing countries. And again we heard about even ...
... because he is clearly black-faced from the chimney soot.
We popped our heads into the XXL – the famous and biggest sex shop in Utrecht – and then ran away.
When Rianne arrived home, we all helped to make a healthy and hearty meal of vegetable couscous. It had pumpkin, peppers, carrot and goats cheese. Joanna and I were so happy to have a healthy meal after all the bad-but-oh-so-good Belgian food.
Rianne showed us a hilarious skit about ...
We got up around the same time and moved out of the apartment by noon to start our day in Amsterdam. Big plans for the day include the Van Gogh Museum and The Heineken Experience with a quick stop at the Dapper Street flea market. We had a few hours left on our Hop On, Hop Off bus so we took it to the market. A bit of a bust but we can say we've been there. Back on the bus to Van Gogh museum. Unfortunately, bad planning on our ...
... We had planned to find somewhere near a beach to spend the night and say a final goodbye to the north sea, so we set off in a north westerly direction. On arriving in a parking area next to the dunes, we were approached by a ticket inspector with a taught, leathery face. 'How much for a ticket?' we asked. '€1.60, so long as you don't stay the night', he told us in ...
... to be constantly stared. I assume it was because two mid twenty guys drinking a beer around families because that in my mind would constitute some weird looks.
But the weirdest thing of the trip was watching the show Marc was an Editor for, and actually understanding (well roughly) what the hell was going on. I was impressed because it was in Dutch and I speak as much Dutch as you, the reader can speak Greenlandic (which I assume probably fairly you can't, and yes ...
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