NH Centre Utrecht
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a relatively obscure European destination. If you want a relaxed trip, with lots of great beer available and some beautiful buildings to look at, then there are few places in the Netherlands offering such an all- round pleasant experience.
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... and the buzz of people, laughing and chatting away was incredible. There were smiles all around, even though people were pushing and shoving to reach their spots.
At last we could see the team busses, but we could not get into the area or close by because we didn't have passes yet and all the riders were not there yet and some were "hiding" away from the heat.We met up with other South Africans, excited about MTN Qhubeka being in the tour, shared our excitement ...
... abot it in the US. I hesitate to characterize cycling as the "cheap way out" for transportation, which may ultimately rob us of world class facilities like that one.
The safe routed to school lecture was my favorite so far (even though I say that about everything). I spent the rest of the afternoon ride thinking about ways to get bikes into kids hands at schools, mulling over ideas of bikes in gym class, school fleets and "guaranteed ride home" type projects that ...
This morning we got up and met in the small city of Houten just outside of Utrecht. We met with a city official named Andre and the author Peter Jordan who wrote In the City of Bikes. Peter Jordan talked to us about his book and the history of cycling in Amsterdam. Andre then gave us a lecture about the planning in Houten. The plan of the city is very interesting because there is an outside circle and cars ...
... we arrived home we decided that since it was just after 2130, that we should walk through the red light district to see what it's all about. Well I can say it's a lot better looking at night than the other day in the middle of the day. The amount of older tour groups that were there was amazing. You see a lot of drunk guys walking around. So in all it's a sight to see. Now back home for another day done and another great time. Utrecht over and ...