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Today, we were lucky enough to be in Holland during the Holland vs. Mexico World Cup game! Almost every person we saw throughout the day was representing Holland by wearing orange. Although Holland's flag is blue and white, orange is everywhere because it is the color of royalty.
Saturday, after traveling all night from India, we arrived in the beautiful Netherlands early in ...
... doubt I will be doing much personal clothing shopping- nothing has leaped out at me so far and the € exchange rate means I will have to really like something before I would buy it. But then again there was a pair of boots that I saw....and the shop was closed today.
I was brave with lunch and chose a wee cafe (De Witte Ballons) whose outside advertising was in Dutch. I could make out panini and hamburger so thought I should be ok. I ended up having a ...
... sammies roadside, before carrying on back to Utrecht (our last rest area lunch).
We arrived at our first choice of campground to find they weren’t open and headed for option no.2 40mins down the road. Tired and emotionally drained, we settled into the campground for our last night in Larz. We’ve enjoyed what he’s meant we could do, but the stress of doing it has been more than we ...
Today we rode into Amsterdam! After a nice breakfast of fruit, jam and croissants, meat for Paul and tea for me we were on our way. This was at about 11am. The weather today wasn't as pleasant as yesterday. It was a little colder and we had a bit of a head wind. It was still an enjoyable 70km ride. I think that's because the bicycle routes are in such great condition. The scenery for the first half of the trip was much the same as yesterday. Lots of fields of corn and very ...
LOOK UP! There is so much beautiful architecture and it is easily missed if you are only focused on the garish street scene. Of course, also look where you are walking and hold on to your valuables.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help or directions. Many people speak enough English to point you in a direction, but I always ask more than one person… just in case.
Some cafes have Wi-Fi even if it isn’t posted on the window, so ask. ...