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... I don't want to finish on a negative! You will have gathered by now that I had a few mini nightmares along the way, but they are all part of the experience and something to look back on and laugh about (on my last day I left my phone at the bus station, had to run back and get it, that would have been a classic ending!) Thanks to everyone I've met along the way, team Chile and team Matt and Nadine especially, it was great riding and camping with you, I hope I wasn't ...
... to be out of the room but they will allow us to hang out in the lounge until 11 or so. I don't mind getting to our hotel early but not 9am. We have a nice breakfast, clear out our backpacks from the room, turn in our keys and evaluations and clear up the bill. All is good and we return to the lounge for two hours while I write more blog and Karen visits with others waiting for the same.
Our taxi shows up, we load in and head to ...
... in the world during the 17th century, a result of its innovative developments in trade. During that time, the city was the leading Center for finance and diamonds.In the 19th and 20th centuries, the city expanded, and many new neighborhoods and suburbs were planned and built. The 17th-century canals ...
... Vermeer's Milkmaid, a self portrait by Van Gogh, paintings of fighting warships to the Temple Guards in the Asian Pavilion, quite an exlectic mix.
Outside and into Vondelpark to stretch the legs and reboot after the Rijksmuseum. Came across a bridal party walking to their reception, though the best man had cycled ahead with one of the bridesmaids dangling off the ...
61 degrees - 6:04 am/9:10 pm
We saw many oil rigs as we sailed towards Rotterdam. Their main industries are oil; fish farming; and maritime. Norway has reserves of 600 Billion Euros. They have already used 40% of their oil and 60% of their gas so there is concern about their economy when these natural resources run out.
Because of the oil, they have decided to remain outside the EU. They ...