Mercure Utrecht Nieuwegein
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it! We've had people call our hotel in Beijing to find directions, show us where to go, which bus to take, and although we didn't get far in mastering the language- communication is always possible! And a smile- goes a long way. The freedoms of many Chinese are restricted too and they have no access to our social media networks and Google. You do see a country trying to navigate with it's huge population and although there isn't much respect for queues or pushing in ...
... We could focus on pedaling and not getting hit rather than on where we were going. We just had to follow the beeps and the arrows.
-we had dinner and cycled home. The Indian wasn't as good as last night, but we are excited for the adventure ahead tomorrow.
... light changes. After about 90 minutes we made it to the ferry to take us to the countryside. Which in actuality just took us across the river and we were on it for a total of 73 seconds. So we arrive on the other side and wait for the other group because we would now be riding in one large group. Once they arrived we went for our countryside ride, which was along a paved bike path and through small towns. We got to see 1 windmill in one ...
After an even better nights sleep, we took off and headed to Arkel. On the way we encountered bridges that opened all different ways, swing, hinged &, total lift. Along with 3 locks. We also had to cross a large river. All very interesting. The countryside was great, at many places where towns or villages ...
... been built at a slight angle rather than at 90 degrees to the ground. This is designed to stop them being damaged when heavy weights were being hoisted. Personally, I think they should also be used to hoist elderly people as I have no idea how they manage to walk up and down the stairs without falling. They are lethal! Amsterdam canals are also overrun by houseboats. Apparently they have about 2500 houseboats permanently moored on the canals. The Amsterdam authorities have ...