WestCord Hotel De Veluwe
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... 1) Flight to and from Japan
2) Japan Rail Railpass for 21 days
3) hotel for the first two nights
In terms of equipment I brought the following:
3) Battery pack for phone
4) Kindle e-reader
5) Several Japan travel books
I think I'll be alright ;-)
A question for you readers now, however few there may be if any at all.
What would be your first stop on a trip to Japan?
... The bike lane is a sacred lane because there is so much cycling. It is very normal for them to bike everywhere. Dutch people are very very tall. 5th largest economy in Europe. One of the founding members of the European Union. Low levels of unemployment. They have 1/3 of the worlds shipping and tracking. Bergmeisters were nobleman who ruled the city. They were members of parliament. They are now a constitutional monarchy. The recent queen stepped down after 32 years at ...
... years). I would have said she was early fifties. She was 74! Next came the tasting - oh la la! The smoked cheese and the Gouda with red pepper were my favourites. Being a fishing village meant that our next stop was lunch at one of the fish cafés. I had a shrimp salad roll (€6.70) but I regret now that I didn't try the herring option. I sat with the Argentinian woman and her husband who had just spent 3 days in Paris and were heading ...
... shops are small and most were closed or closing. Those that were closing were doing so just before 1800, but we managed to snag a seat at a cafe and have a beer. So far food is fairly comparable to prices here, but things are more expensive here overall than in the US. Something for $100 will sell for €100, but it is a 1:1.3 ratio. We will do more shopping later in the trip, today is about exploring ...
... comfortable stay. Another thing we noticed on our trip to Utrecht is that as we got closer and closer to the station, we saw more and more bike parking cages packed completely full of bikes. It was still nothing compared to when we actually made it out of the train station and started to walk to Raldi's house. Bikes, bikes everywhere, I had never seen anything like it. And not just in Utrecht but Amsterdam and other small towns we would go to, the Dutch just seem ...