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... truly drenched.
The ferry for pedestrians, bikes and mopeds was warm and fast. We'd hardly had time to sit when we were at our stop.
Given the weather, we decided to take the most direct route to Dordrecht. Road works saw us travelling a very muddied path to our next ferry. From the ferry it was about 13km to town.
A very relaxed lunch followed in a vegan cafe then a quick 6km to our hotel which was on the outskirts of town.
... rain. In fact, I think we both enjoyed it quite a bit having missed it so much during the multi-year drought we've had in Austin. After an hour or so of steady rain the sun came out.
Shortly after the rain stopped we cycled through a rather modern looking small town that seemed to house some sort of Dutch Medical School. I don't recall the name of the school but it made me wonder what it might be like to study medicine in Holland. As we topped a hill following ...
... I'm glad we decided to pedal and not take the train.
-dinner at hotel per Laura's request. Subpar service and ok food. At least it is close to bed.
-today's bike stats: elapsed time 5:50, rolling time 2:51, distance 48 km.
... home of the International Court of Justice and Permanent Court of Arbitration. Let's hope that the results they produce on the inside are as impressive as the building in which they operate. We were hoping to get a look inside but no go; had to settle for a look at the visitors centre. It was then on to the beach; we can't get used to seeing the bars, restaurants and thousands ...
... It was very peaceful and reminded me of the sand dunes at Seaspray, Victoria. Next we came to the town of Lisse, renowned for its bulb fields and Keukenhof, which is one of the world's largest flower gardens. It has over 7 million flower bulbs and we got to see them. The gardens were magnificent and I didn't realise tulips and daffodils came in so many shapes and sizes. Rob and Em let me drag them around for 2 hours and then ...