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... watch the tour first and this is my summary:
Winner: Marcel Kittel
My first hero of the day (HOTD1): Jens Voigt (for his marvelous escape)
My second hero to the day (HOTD2): Fabian Cancellara (for ruining Quickstep's train)
My sucker of the day (SOTD): Mark Cavendish (for deservingly kissing the highway)
My tour was short and certainly ...
... control the traffic.
We walked along past the marine museum and looked at some of the old boats, and went into town where the buildings are mainly modern, having being rebuilt after the war. We went to Saint Laurenskerk Church, where Hugo was baptised. And what a beautiful church, which was the only surviving late-Gothic building left standing from the original mediaeval city of Rotterdam after the war.
The rain was off and on, was a ...
... entire rap, impressively! Along the journey, we found out he was 21, about to study physiology in Rotterdam at Uni and lived at home.
When it came for him to go a different direction, we ended up chatting at the junction for a good half an hour, at least! And he asked for our full names so he could add us on facebook. Then we set off, only for him to appear behind us, but his Dad had called earlier asking where he was so he sped on ahead. The final stretch back ...
... influenced me and raised me into the person I am today and I would be no where with out them, so I am so honored that they all finally decided to go with me! I had really high expectations for this trip and I have to say I was not prepared to have those expectations surpassed. I cried at the impact of standing in the church my great grandfather helped build, I got goose bumps standing in grandpa willies house. The history of the land and culture that ...
... to as it seems extremely odd. I'll try to post some photos. After our boat ride, we took a long walk and ended up at a Saturday street market. It was packed with shoppers so much so that it was difficult to keep walking. They were selling beautiful flowers, fresh vegetables and fruit, fish, baked goods and clothing and fabric. We didn't buy anything, but it was interesting to be in the multinational crowd. After a long walk back to the ship it was time to leave port. We ...