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Woke up to a misty morning with a very tranquil view from our bedroom. Later in the morning Gabriel dropped us off at Utrecht, the fourth largest city in Holland, a University city with hundreds of young students and also as many bicycles. We were dropped off at the station and here is a photo of me in the middle of one of the many areas where there are parked bikes. We walked around the old quaint city & had to stop for a famous Dutch ...
... of the Centrum including the bubble e, and shopping for books.
We enjoyed a lemon chicken picatta dinner courtesy of SusanJ and Kathleen, we uses Tante Magda's string bean "guillotine" to cut up the beans.
Last but not least we reviewed the book "The Dinner"' by Herman Koch, discussion expertly led by Chris
... by Allied Troops.
Nimegen is known as Havana on the Waal, because Nimegen is the only city in the Netherlands with a Left-wing government.
Although few Roman remains are visible today, the old city wall can be seen near the casino by the river.
... continued uninterrupted since 1909 (excluding wartime). This year was the 97th Four-Day March and everyone is getting excited about the 100th in 2016.
Anyway, I am getting ahead of myself. There are four category of entries – 30km, 40km, 40km (Military) and 50km, which means that over 4 days, you walk either 120km, 160km or 200km. The category you enter depends on age, gender, and level of stupidity. If ...
... the loveliest restaurant we could have asked for! If that weren't enough already, he also escorted us across the border to Germany and took a video (photo by accident!!) of us crossing the border! Six hours later we rolled in to our campsite after getting somewhat lost, but that's another blog! I do have to report that the weather is just as rubbish in holland & Germany so far! ...