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... affectionately known as Oysterwidgick!) We were shocked by the paved streets all around the outskirts of town (individual stones rather than tarmac must've taken an absolute age) then we were blown away by the beautiful tree lined roads as we approached camp. We checked in with a delightful receptionist then got set up on pitch number 12 (allocated) (Ardoer Vakantiepark De Reebok, ACSI 419). We discovered we had a very friendly neighbour who brought his dog to meet Prego. Then ...
... it take me. I love the surprise element of that! But to me, it
seemed like a fun idea to share this with all of you.
Two friends of
mine made a blog of their own, and I just sat behind my computer and
stared at it. So here I am, writing my first blog entry!
year I want to visit all the big city's in my home county; The ...
... of it too so why not just make it a cardinal marker! The other thing we saw was 3 red lights in a triangle on the shore. It is not in our CEVNI book so we would be interested if anyone does know! We saw some interesting and different sorts of commercial traffic today but a “first” was a tug towing a huge crane.
When we got to Gouda we had 2 locks to come through and 2 lifting bridges. It is now too shallow to moor on the ...
... got us some great pastries to give us energy!
We were on a boat dock of sorts and the sign to our next junction point had an arrow pointing out onto the water! We consulted our directions and realized that we were of course supposed to take a ferry across the water and our next junction point would be there. Within a few minutes a ferry did show up and we paid about 4 euro to be transported across the water with our bikes. We weren't alone as about 12 other ...
... all be pretty similar. They are not. We ended up quite a long way from where our maps and guidebooks said, but the signs defiantly pointed us in the other direction. At one stage we thought we were going the wrong way down a one way street, but it was ok, as traffic went in both directions on this little road. The route signs then took us to a completely different part of Dordrecht, before disappearing completely. Did we lose them/misinterpret them? ...
Other places to stay in Oisterwijk
Oirschotsebaan 15, Oisterwijk | 4 star hotelfrom $115
Heusdensebaan 7, Oisterwijk | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Gemullehoekenweg 143, Oisterwijk | 3 star hotelfrom $109
Klompven 26, Oisterwijk | 4 star hotelfrom $113
Gemullehoekenweg 60, Oisterwijk | Hotelfrom $52