Following Caleb’s entry of New York to Paris – A Day in the Life where we get to see a glimpse of a day in the life of a mini-sized New York City, how about a fast-forwarded morning in the life of Utrecht, Netherlands? What is different is the rush of bicycles that overrun the entire city. In the wake of the massive oil spill in the Gulf, perhaps Utrecht can serve as an example that we American city-dwellers can also change the way we travel and commute? I am not so sure about bicycles in the city just yet, though. Given the amount of lawless (and usually insane) cabbies roaming around town, only the toughest cyclists will survive.

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