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... there to the LF2A cycle trail.
Well, at least we had a map and we Google mapped it and Brian was convinced he could navigate us successfully around the city and down to the LF2A bicycle trail. I of course wanted the most scenic route to take us around a nice view of Amsterdam with some important sights. Brian wanted none of that and just wanted to get us on track with the directions. I was too tired to argue and the biking had not even started, ...
It was an amazing experience to see how all the people of the Netherlands support their Country,Everything was in Orange even the Vanilla Slices ( Tompous) and the people dressed in orange ,red white and blue the colours of the Dutch flag.Rien was dressed in orange and I was in Green and gold. I t was an exciting game in the end the Aussies were proudly defeated 3/2 Congratulations to all my Netherland followers of the travel blog .Rien and I watched the game with ...
... is a beautiful city. Hopefully we'll have some time in the morning for an explore before we head off to Gouda of cheese fame. Tomorrow is a special day in Holland - Konigsdag or King's Day - the first one since King Willemstad-Alexander was inaugurated on Queen's Day on 30 April 2013. Can't wait to see a sea of orange. Had a great dinner tonight, steak at an Argentinian restaurant. Bye and hope you all had a great Anzac Day. ...
... had an electronic reception which refused payment so we were unable to enter. Later someone told us that the park was full hence the problem. Again, at the back of the park there was a camper area designated for campers where we found a spot between (all the other) grey nomads.
In the morning we decided to have a look at a different side of Ypres and did a walking tour of the town with the help of a written ...
... down the road. So glad the Dutch speak English especially in our mini crisis. The pub owner was happy to let Tim use internet and the lady at Chinese Restaurant helped him work out the order as the menu was written in Dutch. So glad for this help.
So today we headed out to local shops to shelter from bad weather. So glad it was sunny yesterday when we were waiting for the key and not cold and drizzly ...