Hotel De Naaldhof
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During my time abroad studying sustainable bicycle infrastructure, I have had my ‘ah ha’ moments in the communities. The revelation often goes beyond the work they are doing with bicycles, but extends to the community as a whole. Unfortunately, I did not get that same feeling in Houten. This blog will be open and honest; I will do my best to just provide what was stated to me ...
Today was a roll coaster of a day. I woke up with a sore throat that hurt pretty bad. Then we went to Houten, NL and rode bikes around with the local planner Andre. Houten is planned city of about 30,000 people south of Utrecht. The city is completely bike oriented. Making it easier to ride bikes through out the community. However it's still really a bedroom community. It appears many folks take the train or drive to Utrecht. Still a ...
... down at the capital airport, Hefei. Just like Beijing, the city is blanketed with smog. Waiting for us at arrivals was another BLAS guide called Jane. Yet again, there was no time to waste....our cab driver was standing patiently for us..waiting to load the car and take us to our hotel at the Holiday Inn. During the fifty minutes travel time to the hotel we got straight to work and started discussing the necessary paperwork for the handover ...
... has a birthday to remember.
The 40th birthday has a little bit of a story to it. Ten years ago, 5 mates and Arthur went to Brazil to celebrate their 30th birthday. This was to be repeated when everyone turned 40 and Miami was supposed to be the place to be for that. Unfortunately not everyone could make it, so the trip got cancelled. An alternative was found and, Bergijk, a little town in the South of Holland, was the location. This time ...
... of Swiss and German cars passing through, so I decided to just be picky and wait until one of those could take me. After about an hour the waiting paid off and I got a ride to Kaiserslautern in Germany, over 600 kilometers away. The car was being driven by an American couple connected to the American Air Force base at Ramstein. They invited me to stay the night with them and in the morning they offered to show me the base.
Visiting the base was awesome. I got to ...