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... a quick journey to a clog and cheese shop/factory. We saw a clog get made in front of our eyes then proceeded to taste some cheese with a nip or ten of raspberry wine. Checked into the hotel, rushed Aimee though a quick get her ready before shooting down for dinner and then straight onto the bus and into Amsterdam Central. We stopped in at a local coffee shop in the red light district for a quick puff before the group met up for ...
... mostly male and just there for a big party. Train trip to Brugge, included a brief stop in Brussels. Our arrival in Brugge was delayed 30 minutes as the train came to an almost complete stop, I suspect because of the extremely heavy rain, but missed not having Hilde to translate the intercom messages. Arrived in Brugge about 6pm and got bus to the old town square. Our map did not show the street for our B and B, so rang them. They had no record ...
... I was at there was only one on-ramp and of course it was going the opposite way from what I wanted but rather than get stuck in all that mangle of new roads again I simply went up it and went the wrong way.
About 4 miles or so on the satnav is telling me to take the next off-ramp and is showing me how to make a U-turn. Well, this must have been the most fun U-turn ever. Here where I U-turned was two m/way junctions and each off/on-ramp had a massive circle heading down onto the other ...
... was again a perfect sunny day, as we cycled up towards The Hague. We had some old friends who are currently working in The Hague and phoned them to see if we could catch up. Cathy-Anne, Sheldon and their 2 children, always so warm and welcoming, invited us to come and stay with them a couple of nights, giving us free range of their home while they're at work and school. A lovely little bit of home away from home has been divine!! Tomorrow we'll continue on up towards ...
... a lot more. It was very interesting to see! We really have no idea where to go in this city as every street looks pretty similar and there's canals everywhere, so we get lost quite a bit. We manage to navigate ourselves well I must say though. We were craving some amazing pizza, and although I knew they wouldn't have my favorite (banana pepper and pineapple) we thought anything would be close enough! We went down to more of the Main ...