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... fast. I did win though, which was great :P
I rode around the Kralingsche Bos twice, a big round and a smaller one. I wanted to go sooner, but it was raining most past of the day. But in the evening the rain stopped and bit of blue sky appeared. Nice to get started!
Time: No idea, about an hour.
Weather: Cloudy with blue spots.
... day in Rotterdam, and with the trees losing their leaves, it was very pretty.
Thankyou Eric, we really enjoyed our time with you, and appreciate the many hours of research you put in so we could have a well informed and fun tour.
Our visit to Uncle Aad and Aunty Gerrie went far too quickly. By the time we had looked through Aunty Gerries 90th birthday celebrations photos and the album of their trip to NZ back in 1990, time had moved on and ...
... Rotterdam was through a suburban beautiful area which we reckoned Nik's family probably lived in as we'd decided he was quite well him due to him recommending really expensive places to us that he goes to a lot!
We stopped off at an Albert Heijn to get some dinner and then packed up and did a pretty quick turn around once we got to Andres'. We whispered "goodbye sexy Nik" to Nik's door as we left, and went on our way to Rotterdam Centraal Station to ...
... Her museum has the world's largest collection (180) of Van Gogh plus all sorts of other notables like Picasso, Manet, Monet etc. There is also a huge sculpture garden that takes you for a very long walk through the park. The weather was beautiful and we spent several hours there and had lunch in their cafe.
Monday, Jason had to work, so we went off with Aryn and visited the Deltaworks in southern Holland. I hadn't been aware that there was a ...
... the pros now that we've had a week on the ship and there are lots of newbies here now. There has been a definite change in the profile of the passengers. Last week we felt like the youngest on board with the average age appearing to be 85, and there were at least 100 people in wheelchairs too. This week there are many more younger people and few wheelchairs. I think it has to do with the accessibility in the ports in Norway being so good and the cruise being only 7 days. ...