B&B Le Maroxidien
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... were like most kids. Fearless. They whizzed through the streets but did exercise caution at intersections and when cars were coming. We stayed on smaller streets which were a bit more bicycle friendly with less cars. We soon learned that it was the other cyclists that we had to watch out for. They do not stop for anything! If you are in their way they just ring their bell.
Tiffani also quickly realized that trying to read a map while riding in ...
MAY 6, 2014 - NINTH DAY
Breakfast as usual and then on the bus to Keukenhof Gardens. We finally got to see millions of tulips that we had been looking for all ofver The Netherlands, since we were on the "Tulip Time Cruise". We also saw many hyacenths, orchids and many other flowers. Absolutely beautiful in every way. It is only open for 8 weeks a year and we were there during the 5th or 6th week. We bought tulip ...
... a lovely lunch of quails eggs, cheeses, salami, dips, breads, crackers and wine whilst gently traversing the canals.
Later we went to Vondelpark and relaxed near the lake. There were numerous bands playing throughout the huge park including an African and Hari Krishna band who played as they made their way through the throng of people.
... We all do what we have to do. In more positive news, what I learned at the internship is going to be directly applied at a professional experience, during which I’ll be in charge of heading a project similar to the one I worked on as a lowly underling. In other words, I’ll be the organ grinder, not the monkey.
In some military operations and organizations, you often have a "lessons learned" database. ...
... at the cafe we ate at yesterday. We walked around the city and took more photos. We caught a local bus to Volandam, it is raining and cold. We only saw one old windmill and no flower farm on our half hour journey to Volandam. The land is very flat and green and there are lots of cows. We arrive at the hotel and are given a lovely room at the front of ...