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... fortunately a little less crowded than last Monday. The airport can be reached completely by totally by metro but also did a part with the magnetic train again. Monday the maximum speed was just over 300 km, this was now more than 430 km. With such speeds you are in no time at the place of destination. Arrived at the airport I saw a great chance sign "You Are Here".
Check-in is smooth and efficient. Boarding however is another fine example of job creation. ...
... visiting the fields of Flanders and learning about various World War One battles. Belgium is flat like Holland so the soldiers were able to spot their enemies far in advance. There is still so much live ammunition strewn throughout the fields that local farmers are occasionally blown up! Unfortunately it was freezing there and I'd been spoiled- after 4 months of summer, Brrrr! Now I'm in New York and it's even colder....but that's my next ...
... if they are not, they will invent it! Sahid claims "Holland is pretty old fashion in a lot of ways". I guess he is still trying to figure out in which 'box' to put this culture, country and its people. I agree this is not easy to do and will take a few years at least.
After arriving by train, as visiting Amsterdam by car is a big No-No, we visited off course the famous Sex Museum. Hopped on a Canal Boat that took us to different spots around to visit museums. Unfortunately ...
... a city more our speed than London. Love all the bikes, fewer smokers by far, and much more pedestrian friendly. So far so good!
Fri Jul 25
-woke up at 5 so just decided to get up and do some planning. Laura slept through til after 7 and I was jealous. But came up with a good plan for the day.
... holding an umbrella or talking on a mobile phone... makes ordinary cyclists pretty ... well, ordinary!
When we turned up that night for the red light district tour, there were quite a few other people waiting for tours as well. One of the guides was Australian. Guess what tour he was taking? Yes, the pub crawl tour. And who was on it? Australians and New Zealanders!!
Of course we did the Heineken tour. I ...