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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... mellow. Much less drinking and noise making than cyclocross worlds. Despite that it was awesome just to be there. It's not a memory I'll soon forget. From a planning perspective I was able to see a rail system and city center pushed to capacity and honestly it looked like Utrecht handled the estimated 500,000-800,000 people in the city. Something interesting I got to see was the importance of shade. There is a massive plaza at ...
... ever, the land lady so friendly. We felt at home and comfortable. After a shower we walked to find a bite to eat. We ended up in Jumbo and all our needs were met. Genee, the bread lover, freaked out at the sight of all the bread!!! We enjoyed our snack and relax for a while, just to remind ourselves were we actually were.
The excitement was mounting knowing that for the other party the dream was a reality!!!! A life long dream is here ...
... tidbit, and fixated on this for quite awhile. This is so intriguing, the government pays you for not driving on the road needing to be fixed. I wonder if this could be a way to encourage alternative transportation forms in the US. Once people begin to commute in a different way, they will see the possibilities. I think people in the US are stuck in a driving mentality because that is what they are used to, and it is hard to get out of a pattern ...
... to improve the overall comfort of cyclists who are “interested
but concerned”. I’ve seen recently a police device that measures passing
distance, which I think is nifty and certainly addresses the right behavior
(and the right actor) but it just serves to drive home the fact that we are
building spaces that promote dangerous behavior. We need to start at the source
by building safe space, not punishing behaviors that we induce. ...
... they'd gone for dinner somewhere, so I went and got myself a kebab. Between doing that and getting back to the apartment, they arrived home, and hadn't eaten, so I abandoned my kebab and we went out for a meal, which was nice! Much nicer than the kebab! With dinner done and the night getting late, we returned to the apartment and went to bed. Safe flight Daniel. And no funny business parents. Please. I'll be gone in two days and you'll have a whole month ...