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... African and we noticed by the crowd and media of the Netherlands.As I made my way back to the team busses after JvanR had finished his time trial, I came face to face with Andre Greipel, as was leaving to the start. He paused a nic of a second for me to take a photo and it was really close up!!! The best picture of any of the riders. "Thanks Mr. Greipel, for your patience with this older spectator".
We all met again at the team bus, said our congrats and our ...
... area we should contact him a few days before and he'd organise a special tour of Veuve Cliquot in Reims. Lovely man. We then headed down the road for our Champagne tasting with a woman called Laurie and bought four bottles of bubbles from de la Chapelle.Yum.
Phillip's comment: I think the guy from Veuve Cliquot had something going on with Laurie, and if not, he wishes he did.
The next day we continued to head north into the Ardennes region towards Belgium. Enroute ...
... a beautiful site and it's crazy that this is just part of Dutch culture. They don't even view it as anything special.
Following our visit to the school, we took a long bike ride with Ronald. Biking around Utrecht seemed a million times easier and more enjoyable today, probably because it wasn't rush hour. We saw some cool things with Ronald then ended up at a cafe where we all got an ...
... we take into consideration when choosing a place.
So, in September of 2014 (just a few months after our arrival in Europe) we packed everything up again took three nights to make our way to Croatia. We drove through northern Italy, Slovenia, and finally into Split, Croatia (698 km).
We spent one night at an apartment in Split, and the next day took a two hour ferry to our new home on Hvar Island. We stayed in this little fishing village that we loved ...
... br> We got a lot of supplies at the local shop, though it was hard finding the pillows. We thought we would get the food later, but just as we were leaving I saw a tin of Heinz baked beans, so I grabbed it. Ok back to the van. This time it was ready, we signed the papers and she told us the mechanic would explain how everything worked. Only problem was the polish mechanic only spoke German! After much pointing, him not understanding us, us not understanding ...