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... guitar tunes. We searched around for a place outdoors to sit and have a beverage so we could decide what we should do next. Luckily there was a Heineken patio right there.
We deliberated on whether to visit the Van Gogh Museum but the day was just too beautiful to spend it inside, so we decided to continue our walk to the central part of the city to find the shop that had been recommended to us by Nicole as the best place to buy stroopwafels. ...
... in a Clogs and Cheese (one of three clog makers in the Netherlands). Beforehand we were warned the farmer was a little eccentric (my PC word). He was entertaining to watch. It's clear he appreciates the business of tour companies like Topdeck and he knew exactly what to say to Australians and New Zealanders and women. We got lessons on how the Dutch make cheese ...
... people that bike, the smaller the percentage of people that get injured. In addition, the health benefits could be broadcast more effectively in the US, most people are trying to find healthy alternatives to their normal daily activities. Regular cyclists have 15% fewer sick days, and life expectancy increases by 3/4 of a year! We in the US need better marketing for biking. People don't know this is what they want, we need ...
... train station. When we got there we asked about the hotel and pretty much saw it straight away. Oh what a feeling! Actually, the riding was easy. Good weather. Very flat. Just the directions were terrible. Anyway, we only rode about 20 kms to get there but their route was around 34. Obviously we missed the scenic route but were just happy to have found our way. We were told by the hotel where to park our bikes. There's a huge public bike parking basement near the ...
Today we got out of the city and went for a trip out to see all the beautiful old windmills. We caught a bus from up near the main train station for a couple of euro each and took the bus 40 minutes out of town. It was worth the trip as it was so pretty out there. Some of the windmills are sill working out there and you can go up inside them to watch how they work. We couldn't go up as by the time we got there they were only open to group bookings. We went into some cheese factories ...