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We have a long drive ahead of us so got up early and left by 9:30. We asked at the front desk for help in getting out of the city. Unfortunately, the language barrier and the fact that these people probably use the metro instead of driving caused us to take several wrong turns. It took an hour to get away from Paris and head north to Amsterdam. On …
... to walk around a bit. Everyone is setting up for the big Tour de France start tomorrow. The whole town is riled up! After walking around we decide to head back to the apartment since the town is small and we have plenty of time to explore. We end up getting back and falling asleep. We took a much needed nap in a cool comfortable bed! We both took showers and went back into town. We decided to walk since the back tire on Nate's bike was flat and it ...
... now that I can fully see how the Dutch equally contribute to that culture and infrastructure. The school dismissal we observed especially drove that point home. It was a very calm and stress free affair with virtually no car pickups and plenty of parents acting as chaperones for the young cycling students.
Simple, quiet moments like this have added up throughout the past two weeks. Some changes ...
... is a pretty popular way to get around in Utrecht. It is a little more spread out, so electric bike helps with the distance and helps maintain a consistent time from point A to point B. I found it odd that electric bikes are so popular here, since most people here have mentioned that they cycle because it is so healthy, and electric bikes takes away form the health aspects since they are not much exercise. Since he loves it so much, he emphasizes ...
... exactly where the border was, but there definitely was a change in agriculture. Vast areas of glasshouses in The Netherlands and it seems much more orderly. Each field is clearly delineated by a drain and houses grouped together, though small in size. Got excited to see a few of the old windmills in the fields, as well as plenty of the new style wind turbines. Not nearly as elegant, in my eyes. Our apartment is just south of the old centre, close to a ...