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The City of Houten is a smaller town about 10km south of Utrecht. Houten is a precisely planned city, but I believe it lacks proper infrastructure and encouragement on cycling connectivity to surrounding cities. We biked to Houten from Utrecht in a little over half an hour, however the path to Houten was not a clearly defined or single designated track. I was not thinking too much about it until hearing that a ...
... a coffee or catch a show. Literally something for everyone. It was now pushing 6pm so we headed back towards the hotel to plot out what we wanted to see to tomorrow. These early starts are great in order to see things before everyone wakes up, however they do catch up with you around dinner time. Sunset isn't till around 10pm still and so it gets a little deceiving as to the time. Tonight we settled for an early night so we could again hit the ground early ...
... to the palace of the queen and crown prince. Denmark is a democracy, so the royal family holds no power, but they are very revered by the Danish people. When they are in residence, the flag flies over the palace. After the bus tour we went back to the ship, grabbed something to eat and met up with 2 other couples to go to tivoli gardens. It was amazing. On an ordinary day, it is an amusement park with beautiful gardens. But on this particular Saturday, with ...
... of the bus, but there didn't appear to be any casualties.
Tonight we had our first dinner cooked by our chef Alexis. Was a great meal of cordon bleu, mash and vegetables, best meal of the tour so far by a long way. After dinner we had a short bus ride around Copenhagen and stopped at the Little Mermaid statue for photos. I have been very impressed with Copenhagen so far, particularly the beautiful harbour. Looking forward to having a day to explore it tomorrow.
... of Marina's friend Brigitte, who was lending us a second bike. We didn't have a working phone yet, nor did we know what he looked like, but fortunately, we must have perfected that "Disoriented American Family Wandering Randomly in Denmark" look, as he recognized us from a block away. (This look of helplessness is quite a useful tool in hospitable countries; the previous day, when we arrived at our AirBNB address before our hosts ...