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Just a few minutes ago I have received my E-Tickets for the trip to the United States of America.
My enthusiasm is getting bigger and bigger and we're still 21 days left till departure..
A couple of days ago I decided to book a SuperShuttle from Newark to JFK. Instead of a cab, I choose to book one due to the costs (15$) and for the experience. On my ...
... but it was a much more enjoyable experience. I missed airman David and his company, but I did chat to a British policewoman I'd seen earlier in the week, a guy that distributes potatoes and some air cadets. I also got squeezed between some Dutch and Danish troops (lucky me!) and generally pushed a little harder when I needed to.
The theme for the garden decorations in Elst appeared to be walking songs, or maybe just songs, it was a little hard to ...
... br> I found a Scotsman in a kilt to walk with. Paul was doing the 50k for the first time. He was suffering a bit, but it helps to have someone to talk to, so we stuck together and made it to the finish line by 2.40pm.
After that, I hobbled back, showered and went for a much needed kip. Suzanne, sadly, had had to stop and drop out with a groin strain. She seemed OK about it and vowed to party on with the rest of Nijmegen for the remainder of the week.
After waking up at noon again, I decided to just bite the bullet and rent my bike. The deposit is refundable (yay!) so with a clear financial conscience, I was on my way.
Now, I literally didn't have the slightest clue where I was going, but I have been blessed with a good sense of direction (that is…when I'm paying attention). On my first biking excursion, I ventured to the opposite side of the train station and happened upon a college campus. At first glance, ...
... coffee in a long while (with the notable exception of Karl's homemade brew in Brussels). Ah to be back in a land of good coffee and clean public toilets. From here we went to visit the Philips museum. Its a great museum - well laid out and really interesting. It was real cradle to the grave type stuff for Philips and Eindhoven for many years. Whole mini-towns (now suburbs of central Eindhoven) were built by ...