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Student Comments

July 25 – Nate Askins

July 25 Today we were supposed to go to the Klamme Handjes festival, but it was cancelled due to weather. Skyler was sick all day anyway, so it may not have been the best time. We were supposed to go with Jesse and his date, but instead we meet at Cafe Brecht and walked down … Continue reading »

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July 21 — Luke Brigance

July 21st Tuesday Got up early and went to the Anne Frank house. My group went into the museum at 8:50 am I’m glad that you got us the tickets in advance, that was a huge line waiting to get in. It was a very interesting experience walking through the Annex where they lived for … Continue reading »

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The Last Supper– August 6th

I can’t believe this is our last day here. It seems like yesterday we were all sitting in the airport with our headphones in, not talking to one another aside from our close friends. And now, were all laughing and hanging out together on a daily basis. I already can’t wait for the reunion. Anyways, … Continue reading »

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Anne Frank and PIC — Trinity Vannoy

July 21, 2015             This morning was my favorite part of the trip so far. We started off early with a trip to the Anne Frank House. I have read this diary many times throughout my life and I watched the movie over and over again. The Holocaust is a very real part of history … Continue reading »

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Aug 5

Today the class visited the Heroin clinic operated by the GGD. Learning how Amsterdam treats heroin addiction was very fascinating. Unlike the U.S. that criminalizes the addiction, the GGD treats it as a medical problem. The clinic provides both methadone and heroin treatment for addicts and assists them in leading a normal productive life in … Continue reading »

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Aug 4th

Today we visited FloraHolland where over 40% of the world’s flowers are auctioned and transported around the World. It was an amazing site to see the efficiency of the operation which spans over 200 soccer fields. An estimated 9 million Euros exchange hands daily at the auction where buyers set the prices of flowers. We … Continue reading »

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Weekend in London

I spent the weekend in London taking in all of the magnificent sites as time would permit. Without much research I was overwhelmed by the size of the city and complexity of the tube system. I had an opportunity to see Piccadilly Circus, Camden Market, Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, London … Continue reading »

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Steven Dossey’s Blog.

Here is a link to Steven Dossey’s blog. http://sdossey.blogspot.nl/

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Tomorrowland 2015

Saturday, July 25th, 2015 Nothing I write down here can do this day justice. The main reason I decided that I wanted to come on this trip was to attend Tomorrowland. In fact, I purchased my Tomorrowland ticket before paying the initial deposit for Amsterdam. It did not disappoint. Today was hands down, the greatest … Continue reading »

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Tomorrowland Weekend

After a long night out on the town in Amsterdam, I woke up and we had our 3rd day of class. In class we talked more about the business side of prostitution and then talked about the coffee shops.  After class Brad, Drew and I had to depart immediately for Belgium for the weekend.  We … Continue reading »

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