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Today we finally got to have breakfast with some of our fellow Dutch Bike Tours travelers:
Erin and Beau (aka Team Australia)
Krista from Belgium
Nathalie and Denis (aka Team Switzerland)
It was during this breakfast that we found out that the two couples had taken the train instead of riding out from Gouda when it was raining. We didn't spend too much time chatting since everyone was anxious to get going.
Today we would be ...
Day 1: arrives in Rotterdam and found our airbnb house which was located in a very artsy 'St kilda' type area of town. We were greeted by one of the house mates who immediately invited us to join him and his friends for dinner and then to the after party of the Rotterdam Jazz Festival. We explained that we had tickets to the Sunday session of the festival and were going to go down try our luck getting tickets at the door for ...
Spent last day in Paris with Celia and Felix, it was great to catch up. We then went through Dunkirk and to Calais. Amazing towns, the shipping and the tunnel come into Calais. We then went through Belgium to Burge, the architecture of the town was stunning it felt cosy, big festival on as Ascension day throughout Europe. Now in Netherlands in the town of Lindien and Dave and I off to check out the Red light district. : ...
Today we took an early bus from Leiden to Lisse about a half-hour drive. It was the perfect day to visit Keukehof Gardens, cool, but sunny with little wind. The gardens are a spectacular sight, 86 acres of millions of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, and muscari. The trees - crabapple, Japanese cherry, dogwood, and others - are in bloom and the rhododendrons and azaleas are just beginning. First, we took a boat ride through canals ...
... and kept coming past to see if he needed anything!!!! And then we had arrived. And the same sense of emotion I had in 2005 when we arrived with Nathanial, Jessica and Lachlan. The joy and excitement of bring your own children to the ancestral home of your family. It's a very powerful feeling. The anticipation. The delay. The planning. The millions of questions. They were all worth it for just this moment. It's now time to let the adventure ...