City Hotel

Raadhuislaan 43, Oss, Noord-Brabant, 5341 GL, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Raadhuislaan 43, Oss.
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Travel Blogs from Oss

Day 30: Papendrecht to Wijk Bij Duurstede - Epic 3

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jun 17, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... really high... Ferry four took us to Gorinchem, where we started following the Linge river. We passed through lots of cute villages where most of the houses had thatched roofs. We saw a lot of Dutch flags with backpacks hung on the flag pole. Not sure of the significance of this... ? As we were approaching Rijswijk we could see two giant pillars in the distance. We thought these were for the bridge, but nope, we cycled ...

Leanne at Utrecht, Don at Rabobank

A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy on Mar 27, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... shop and noticed that they had 2 NZ Sauvignon Blancs on their shelf. The Peter Yealands one retailed at €10.99 which when converted (about $17) is not too dissimilar to what we would pay at home if it wasn't on special. They thought it was very expensive! I ended up buying a Breaker Bay Sav Blanc (NZ) for €7.99 and what I am told is a very good organic Shiraz (Italy) for €6.99. We will take them with us tonight ...

New itinerary's 2015 slowly being available

A travel blog entry by ina01nl on Jun 16, 2013

... the other way, from Lima to Fort Lauderdale, in early April.

Looks good to me!

So things should very slowly start moving pretty soon now. I'm getting all excited. I feel lost without having a trip to plan. My own trip, that is.

Discovery of Dutchness

A travel blog entry by peteandrea on Apr 11, 2013

28 photos

... and Den Hagg/The Hague. Andrea led a comprehensive walking tour of Rotterdam which included some of its unique architecture from the Erasmus Bridge to cube houses to floating pavilions. Pete then led the palace tour of the Hague. We visited the Queen's current residential palaces; the Peace Palace which is the home the International Court of Justice and the former royal palace which is now the Escher Museum.

Dykes and derailleurs.

A travel blog entry by rob-lowe on Aug 23, 2012

We were planning on riding to Utrecht to stay with some old friends, but a further 60 Kms on from Rotterdam made a weary jack make the call and offer to pay for a hostel for the night - A slow start but what was one day in the grand scheme. Jack reassured me that cycling would be much easier without a hangover.The ride out of the city saw us pass through beautiful towns and villages lined with endlessly stunning houses, each ...