Park Plaza Eindhoven
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today we hopped on our bikes and took a 28km bike ride. What a day! Bikes rule in Holland, with their own lanes and traffic lights. Everyone of all ages ride their bikes, it's quite something to see. Pedestrians come after the Almighty Bike and then the lowly car.
We left Tante Magda's in the morning and rode along the bike paths through the forests and farmer fields to the town of Heeze. ...
It was a stay close to home day. We had a lazy mornng, restocked groceries and waited for SusanM to arrive for lunch. Some went to the Phillips Museum in the afternoon, either by bike or by bus. It was an extremely well curated museum with lots of interactive exhibits, although it was a bit self promoting.
Pamela and Kathleen enjoyed ...
... little difficulty. The actual clipper to punch the card is a little harder to reach...placed under a jetty on a lake JUST out of reach. Amanda decides it’s time for my first swim! We decide to miss the second CP (only needing to get one CP per leg minimum) as the route I have plotted to it heads over a bridge inaccessible to bikes. Its then on to Transition A.
Leg two is a bit of rogaining. Running down a road to get to the nature reserve we will ...
... Olie Bollen and watching the Water Show. The talking rubbish bin statues were a hit! "dank je wel" and "papier hier" they said when the kids put rubbish in!
We travelled over to Aunty Gitta's in Wateringen to stay the night and were treated to some yummy pinderkaas soup - who would have known peanut butter soup could be so delicious!!! (Thanks Gitta.)
... the way and headed toward buildings that looked interesting. After walking around for a bit, hunger struck me so I started to look for a place to have a quick bite at a low cost (this seems hard to do). I ended up going into a greeting card store to buy a pen and notebook (the two things I didn't pack!) and saw a very large bookstore with a cafe. In China, the one place I never felt alone or homesick was in a bookstore. Maybe because books smell the ...