Landgoed Duin & Kruidberg
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... and how to read the directions, and mentally prepare that we will get rained on. The great news is that there was no rain while on our bikes, and the scenery and fellow riders were wonderful. Lunch was at a quaint lovely restaurant that we rode our bikes to- lovely panini and salad. The afternoon ride included riding through the dunes which was a beautiful landscape. ...
Our drive to Amsterdam from Dusseldorf is made shorter by the ability to drive at 90 to 100mph for all of the way until the Dutch border, where the top speed drops to 72mph and there are radar cameras seemingly at 1/2 mile spacing. The Dutch seem to be sticklers for rules with respect to driving.
We are able to find the recently renovated Conservatorium Hotel, get checked in, return our car and enjoy a great lunch. One of the greatest things ...
... me a hefty $200 fee for that leg of the trip so I left my $50 rebuilt board on the island! In an attempt to avoid more baggage fees I then re-sized the bag to fit a 146x44 cm twin tip. American Airlines then managed to lose my bag in route to Costa Rica. When it finally showed up 3 days later from Quito, Ecuador, it smelled like a donkey had ****** on it but all of my gear was intact and I paid nothing in fees! By this time, the handles on my bag looked like they were about to ...
... navy as a civilian now. His wife works for a television station in San Diego. We did the iHollywood show. Susan loves singing and dancing shows. The shows are fleet wide and stay in production for years, but this one was new to us. The captain this cruise is quite funny.At 10 pm it is still light out! We have crossed from the North Sea into the Baltic Sea. Very smooth so far. There are lots of Europeans on board as you would expect. That is somewhat different for us. ...
After doing what I set out to do in Maastricht (i.e. go to the caves) I hopped on a train the next day to make the nearly two hour journey back in the general direction of Amsterdam and stopped in Utrecht, where I was planning on spending several nights. I managed to find my hostel without too much trouble, and then went out to explore the city. I knew that I wanted to visit Utrecht, but didn't know anything about it, and quite honestly, ...