No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews City Hotel Oss
Travel Blogs from Oss
... included a short section on a large river that was heavily used by commercial barges, HUGE ones. Quite choppy here and the wind was also quite strong, but interesting if you were a passenger.
After a short time on the river we turned off to a side canal, a few more locks and bridges and we were sailing down a gorgeous tree lined canal. From there we continued on our way and eventually moored in a canal for the night, not in a ...
... century until the death of Queen Wilhelmina in 1962. The building was renovated between 1976 and 1982. Since 1984, the palace is a state museum open for the general public, showing interiors with original furniture, objects and paintings of the House of Orange-Nassau. The gardens were lovely and the Queens Garden was beautiful! Well worth the trip.
Slot Zuylen was another little stop and photo from the outside opportunity. Mostly due ...
... the view. Half an hour later we were docking at Marken where again we got up close to the homes as we made our way to a traditional clog maker. He demonstrated how clogs are made (the machines are now 80 years old). Fascinating! Then it was time to board the bus again and head back to Amsterdam, where we arrived at 2:30pm. I caught the 2:52pm train back to Utrecht. Met up with Don and some of his colleagues for a drink and later shared a Chinese meal ...
... It was at this point that it started to rain again, so Micaela ducked inside an H&M store to look at underwear while I caught the end of a street performance show. So after chasing down the shopaholic we did as the tourists do and made our way over to the red light district to get the unique experience of "window shopping". Micaela was interested in how the ladies lined up along the windows but she wasn't sure how to act around them. I on the other was ...
The Netherlands are a people to take of their own decisions and their own well being and safety. It is refreshing to be in a place where they do not expect the government to take care of everything.
The population is astounding!
There is more to Dutch beer than Heineken. Spring Beers are excellent!
Sheep! bezillions of sheep!