Bastion Hotel Roosendaal
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... We got our rental car which is a 2014 Lexus, very nice. 1154 km on the clock. The left hand drive takes a bit of getting used to. Also had to be shown how to start it as it has the no key start system which is just a bit techo for me. Then it was off to Papendrecht to see Ton & Ria. We managed to get there without to many mishaps although I did have to circle the streets a couple of times to get to Ton & ...
... admire the Dutch engineering.
After this lock we made our way to Oude Tonge up a very narrow and shallow channel and into a pretty town harbour. Once again this town had been very badly hit by the 1st February 1953 floods and in the harbour there are pictures showing before and after. They also show that where the square is now, it used to be part of the harbour. There were much bigger barges in the pictures than ...
... the centre and just across the road from the railway station which was handy. By this time it was about 3:30 - everything seems to take so long - so we went for a walk to the central square and had a look at some streets but the weather was cold and raining most of the time. We found a little bar down an alleyway so had a drink there, then on the way back to the hotel saw an Indian restaurant with a Trip Advisor sticker in the window so had an early dinner there. It was ...
... still Well!everyone who reads my blog ,Stay Happy and a healthy,Untill next time CHEERS!!!!!!! Love Lindaand Rien 5357; 56388;❤️& #10084;️ ☔️☔️& #9917;️⚽️⚽ 5039; ...
Up early on a overcast morning. After breakfast we tour the UNESCO site of Kinderdijk to see the windmills. There are 8 mills on the De Nederwaad built in 1738 and 8 on De Overwaard dated 1740. In these bonnet mills, only the top section revolves with the wind. They are built from brick with large sails and are used solely ...