Hotel Nieuw Minerva
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... in magnificent displays with gorgeous color combinations. We we able to see late flowering daffodils and tulips galore.
The Netherlands had a very mild winter so many lilacs, azaleas and rhodos were in full bloom
to my surprise.
After another sumptuous dinner, Frank provided the evening entertainment as he strummed his guitar and told some interesting ...
... and down to the basement, and even at 11pm all was not finished. My body however, was.
In the morning the moving continued, and finally, by noon, my stuff was in the basement, my suitcases were packed and my father came round to load everything in the car. A little detour brought us back to Doetinchem, where I was grateful for the meal in the backyard and an hour of soaking my poor, abused muscles in the tub. ...
... an extraordinary effort by Theo's widow that finally gave this genius the recognition he so rightfully deserved. If you like Van Gogh, this is a must; all his masterpieces are here. Unfortunately, an Artist's lot is not always a happy one...thank God we pursued careers in Sales!
Feeling heavy of heart but learned of mind, we went and sat down in the shade of some elm trees in Museum Square. Now this is an interesting place - a large set ...
... make up your mind as you go along! The barge trip was short, about fifteen minutes. The island was small, inhabited and dare I say, affluent! Lovely modern Dutch houses, still with the mansard roof style, but definitely executive! We finally left the island on its opposite side, and soon picked up a sign for a cycleway to Leiden which we followed, but after a while, the distances to Leiden were increasing rather than decreasing so ...
... furthermore revealed what I had already suspected: staying in my current situation wasn't really an option either. No matter how much I have learned over the past years, how many great and inspiring people I have worked with during my time at the company, or how much money it has allowed me to save for my future plans, my destiny in the world is not and will never be in the Oil & Gas Industry.
So the question quickly became: now ...
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