Boutique Hotel Lumiere
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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 ...
The final day just needed a small 'push a little harder'. With the benefit of hindsight, I really don't know how I finished the walk last year. This time I had no blisters, none, zero, zilch, and apart from tired legs, no real pain. Last year I succeeded through the use of heavy duty pain-killers and sheer determination. It took two months to recover. This time I needed to take hardly any pharmaceutical encouragement.
Yes, I trudged the miles and felt ...
... 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.
... I guess you should always have a route in mind. I hope I don't get lost! Evan took me out to dinner to this place called Antonio's, owned by authentic Italian guys. The food was pretty amazing. We ordered pasta bolognese and a margarita pizza - both delicious. Our favorite part of this meal was not just the food but that the owner wore these checked and pointed alligator shoes. I honestly couldn't stop staring at them but those shoes made us laugh so ...
... a wander through the town, we headed north, the smell of Eindhoven, still fragrancing the air, to Utrecht to pick up the final registration papers for Larz. Signed and sealed and officially now ours, we drove Larz up to Amsterdam for a couple of days of sightseeing and exploring.
Arriving at Campground Zeeburg, a bohemian hide-away on the bank of the canals, we unloaded the bikes and set off to find a supermarket to restock our cupboards and the beer ...