The field in front of the HEMA office has been fenced off and the concrete plates have been removed. I wonder if they are finally going to build something...
The old NDSM ferry terminal has been taken out of use.
And the new one is now in use!
I like this new terminal.
The old one now looks desolate and from the past.
When I got home I found gifts that Raymond and Joyce left me. I let them use my appartment over the weekend so that they could spend some time in the Dam. They are lovely people, I was happy to help them out :-)
View from my hotel balcony as I woke up. I slept well but a bit short. I'm impressed with this hotel. Great room, great diner, lovely breakfast and a nice atmosphere.
My office for the day. The software upgrade went very well. It was great being amongst my users for a change. I spent all day with people in the mental healthcare department which is always kinda like a seperate hospital inside a hospital.
It was a very good day :-)
After work I drove to a place called Sneek, up north in Friesland that is. Tomorrow I'm part of a skeleton crew in a hospital where my software gets upgraded by a major version. Because it's bloody far away and we have to be on site at 8AM we're offered to stay in a hotel the night before. I gladly accepted and boy oh boy that hotel was nice! It's the Van der Valk in Sneek. I had dinner with colleagues I had never talked to before, from different departments, which was fun.
My fingers turn white when they get too cold. And they stay white for a long time unless I put hot water over them, then they come back to life real quick. Simone looked it up once, it's a "condition" but I can't remember the name. I don't think it's going to kill me.