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... for a 40% chance of rain between 10:00am and 11:00am.
As we mounted the Pino and although it hadn't rained all morning, it started to drizzle! The time was 10:55am.
Still in the hotel car park, it was off the bike and under shelter to retrieve and don, the oh-so-precisely folded precipitation protectors.
In rain Ms G comes to the fore, plotting a direct bike route to the ferry. Google states that bicycling path mapping is ...
... we have had, and he told us that it was hit by lightning several days ago and they have not been able to get it repaired yet. There were 4 different servers for the marina that we could see, but we were given the code for use by visitors so that would be last on the list for repair.
We left Rotterdam deciding to go towards the sea for 6 miles and again marvelled at some of the buildings along the way with some great and some not so ...
... Denmark and they were really nice. This wasn't their first Dutch Bike Tour if you know what I mean. I think I'll start using that phrase rather than "It wasn't their first rodeo if you know what I mean" from here on out.
In the rain, I think they might have taken a wrong turn which is why we managed to catch them on this day with our slower pace. As we got back on track and started riding again, they slowly pulled away from us. I got behind Erika and started pushing ...
... normal;">-it was wet but fine. We found a dry place to stop and laughed as trash and leaf blowing workers showed up just after we had stopped. Ah the peace and joy of nature.
-we pedaled on and crossed a many cows and a ferry. Eventually we made it to a town with a Chinese restaurant.
... a chilly stroll along the boardwalk so we found a sheltered spot in one of the many touristy beach bars and had an extremely overpriced and disappointing late lunch. Our B&B was in a very genteel neighbourhood which, while nice, was very sedate and quiet and gave the impression that The Hague was a lot more staid than it actually is. Luckily, after failing to find anywhere open for dinner nearby, we headed into the centre ...