Hostel B&B Utrecht City Center
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... explaining the history around you as you take a sedate route along the canal. Canoes can be rented, if you'd rather explore by yourself, from the nearby Botenverhuur de Rijnstroo. If you're in search of a drink then Café België comes highly recommended with a wide selection of European beers on tap. It's a student haunt that's often busy on a Friday ...
... children to interact and touch and play. I think that it’s important to have exhibits like this for children. The typical no touching, no talking policy of museums can be very limiting for growing minds.
The weather was so hot that we grabbed iced drinks at a café before heading out of the city. We took the bus back to Maarssen then took the car to the small village of Breukelen for dinner. We shared some delicious Thai Food next ...
Tues. June 30. Utrecht/Ronald.
Utrecht was once again a city that initially deceived me. Our hotel was surrounded by electric wire and the neighborhood where we picked up our bikes was a little strange... the architecture was all the same... but other than that I can't really put my finger on why I didn't like it very much. Also, my bike was terrible. I felt scrunched. And it was heavy.
But-- watching people ...
... on a bench. A dog and his owner were walking towards me but from an angle that I couldn't see them. 'above' me if you like...put that image lying down and you have the situation.
So for a start, the dog freaked me out because he sniffed my ear. And then the owner was laughing at her dog, and told me what i presume was a joke. I laughed about the dog, but this lady was on a whole other tangent. She was telling what seemed like ...
... safely and quickly on foot. In amsterdam, walking two blocks can be a legitimitely nerve wracking experience.
Checked into hostel, hung out with pablo and guy from buffalo for a bit before meeting up with venezuelan people and eating. Eventually reconnected with uruguayans and hit various pubs and such.
Walked around red light district. It's basically centered around one segment of one of the canals. Attractive but ...