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... feel organic and alive! Playgrounds were filled with children, the architecture is interesting, and the canals and green spaces are lovely. I was a little jarred (I think we all were) when we stopped at a bridge with children jumping off of it.. and the city planner (and Marc!) started encouraging us to start stripping and jump off the bridge ourselves. After a few minutes ...
... and nukkerige ou mense.Getting off the plane at Eidhoven, we bought a " peperduur treinkaartjie" na Utrecht. Although the electronic board said the train goes to Amsterdam, I knew we had to get off at Utrecht. On the station in Utrecht we were dumbfounded by the vibe on the station. It was just Tour de France every where. Genee and I were in a world of our own and in disbelief that we were actually at the tour. Waiting for the bus to ...
... product, but it’s just as much about pushing the product”.
They also consider that commuters comprise a relatively small percentage of
trips, this conception alone helps to shift their focus to disadvantaged
populations. The “supercyclists” were
another brilliant campaign, and the personalized touch that their marketing
takes is something that could be incredibly powerful in the US at my job in particular.
... toast too but ended up getting fried bread with bacon and hash browns. What a delicious mistake! We met a few people on the tour, were trying to be outgoing and approach others first. We saw one passenger who was alone on the tour so I went over to his table and asked if we could join. We sat and had breakfast and then a drink with him. Talk about being outgoing, ...
... with Dean) and his mates for a great steak dinner before we all head down to Rotterdam for the North Sea Jazz Festival. TRAVELING TIP: you cannot use a VISA or MasterCard at the machines to buy train tickets at the station. You must pay in coins (not notes) or Maestro card. Therefore, be prepared to line up with every other tourist who has a visa or MasterCard (and not €27 in coin) to buy your ticket. Next blog we will be in Rotterdam at the jazz festival, Cheers all Jess and ...