In the summer of 2011, we took the kids to Copenhagen. We rented bikes to get around. Everyone was doing it.
In less than an hour our kids decided they never wanted to travel any other way.
We came back to San Francisco and bought bikes.
Filed under Copenhagen, family biking
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Hajime 始め and 初め（て）, it means that when you start to do something and when you do something that you have not done before.
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