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Today we rode into the Netherlands.
How can you tell?
The first thing you notice being on a bike is the bike infrastructure - signage, bike lanes and paths.
We were very surprised by the number of bicycle users in Germany - bikes are everywhere.
However the Netherlands is in a league of its own.
We had a great stop off at De Hoge Veluwe national park where we borrowed some free white Dutch bikes, proper ones without brakes and went for a very enjoyable ride through the park. They are like riding grown up sized choppers. Also finally had some apple cake and went to a museum to get some culture, it was about animals living underground, not that cultural but ...
Cloudy and somewhat rainy day so it was good timing to visit the Liberation Museum where the allies invaded northern and western Holland in February 1944 called Operation market garden. It lasted until the fall of 1944 and many lives were lost, mostly from the paratroopers. We "lounged" in the afternoon as the day was not good for ...
... in 2005. The Valkhof Museum has a permanent display of their history including artifacts from the Roman era. Although not many old buildings remain, some sites like the Valkhof hill downtown has a Carolingian chapel (8th-9th century AD), and a small remainder of ...
Many times there's a trade off that people have to face: in this case whether it would be better to have the castles, beautiful treasures and remains of the old times, to private users or to have it open to the public.
Without a doubt having it under the privately owned flag would keep them better maintained, lasting longer, but it is a shame that they weren't there for the enjoyment of more people.