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Both Matthew and Hilde had the day off work. After a big breakfast, we went in Hilde's car to look at some of the Dutch countryside, including some of the polders and canals in the area near Utrecht. The narrowness of some of the lanes was amazing for two way traffic and we also did a walk beside one of the canals. The highlight was a visit to a small, medieval type town ...
... and so its off to the ferry for me and my Transalp. Ticket and passport checked and its off to join the queue of no less than 25 motorcycles.
Normally when bikers get together in large groups like this they all start chatting and have a laugh between them. However, this lot were not like that at all and just about every one of them simply stood by there bike and hardly even cast a smile to each other. I got chatting to a couple who were returning from the Alps but other than that it ...
... ever had. The cheese was dried out, the bacon was black and dried out. And generally it was a mess. Yes, a big group of Indians had just gone through. The staff could not replenish quick enough and also they were taking for lunch. Definitely not doing breakfast there tomorrow. Peter arrived just after 10am. We went in his car to the centre of Zoetermeer. Firstly we went to the town museum. While we were there Peter was asked to help move an old exhibition. Peter volunteers ...
... which connecting train we needed to take. So we found a victim walking by and asked which train to take. We got extremely lucky and met a lovely lady named Aude. She was going to Amsterdam as well so she kindly let us follow her around all day! We really hit the jackpot, and once we got off the train in Amsterdam she actually walked us right to our hostel! Along the way she pointed out a few places that we should see, and things we could do. We ...
... and chatting away happily in the manner of all of Amsterdam. It's delightful to see a pair of soberly dressed businessmen cycling side-by-side and talking earnestly of multinational wheeling and dealing, or a pair of pretty girls in short skirts, zooming up and freewheeling down the bridges. The ubiquitous bikes make the city very quiet and clean, and force all other traffic to travel at cycling speed, which makes the whole place feel very calm and ...