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Staying at: Residence Blanche, Paris
Train from Paris to Belgium 11/22
Leave Paris 8:55am, arrive Belgium 10:00am
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Train from Belgium to Amsterdam 11/22
Leave Belgium 6:50pm, arrive Amsterdam 9:10pm
After five weeks on the road with the ATW80 program, the first phase of the BCD Travel Management Associate Program has come to a close. As I reflect on this experience I am filled with gratitude and excitement.
I will never be able to say thank you enough to those who organize, support, and believe in the value of this program. Even ...
... journey has presented us with opportunity to teach them, believe with them and believe in them. They have grown, I can see the physical growth and hear the emotional growth. I am so proud and so blessed to have been able to share this experience with them. When we left I felt sure that after 29 steady days together we would be ready to see them back to school but I can honestly say from the bottom of my heart I am going to miss them tomorrow. ...
... Our plane had developed mechanical problems and there would be a short delay. Apprehension was high amoung the group. This aniexity peaked 10 minutes later when we witnessed the boarding gateway pull away from the airplane and an airport vehicle pull up, attach to the plane and pull it away from our terminal area . Only then did the gate crew make the announcement that our flight was cancelled. There was no backup planes to be pressed into service. The next ...
... by going to Vegas and staying in the Hooters casino, probably wasnt as strange as the woman in Miami, OK who was going to be spending the summer at a music camp, had had facial reconstruction and after 3-4 pints of Margarita decided to drive home. Although Mat didnt seem entirely comfortable with it at the time, I even appreciated the preacher in Kayenta (who spent his days converting biker gangs) that blessed us and our motorcycles. Maybe if Mat had embraced it a ...