Golden Tulip Oosterhout Hotel
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... the switch for low gears, similar to the low range gears I have in my Jeep Wrangler. A very nice feature for off-road driving which immediately made the car even more suitable for our purpose. The test drive we made was positive as well: the engine still has a lot of life in it and the four-wheel drive, including the low range gear, seems to function perfectly.
Still we decided the check the other Impreza as well before making ...
... saw a bargain so grabbed Simon to come to the stall where there was a gift set of 1 Duval glass and 4 bottles of Duval, best Belgian beer (in a shop in Antwerp they sold for €27) the stall only wanted €4 for it, it was the quickest sale they made all day. We went back to ST and had lunch before carrying on into Utrecht.
What with the low bridges and lifting bridges, progress was slow. There was building work going on near ...
... mornings at this time of year, so left on time to catch the action. There was not only cheese being bought and sold, in the very traditional style, but a bigger market was also operating. Once again we delighted in the ambience of a historical, traditional Dutch town. ...
... restaurant, once more created a culinary delight this evening.
During our after-dinner stroll led by our illustrious leader Frank, we had a unique experience. We watched a motorist adeptly parallel park his car at the edge the canal which did not have a curb. He then carefully got out of his car to avoid landing in the canal. Frank told us that the Dutch people are given a lesson on how to get out of a car that has been ...
... far as "flavor" and location are concerned. The accommodations were clean and adequate, but not modern. We took some time after checking in to stroll along the dike out front, then back down the sidewalk into the town of Kinderdijk and back. It was sunny with a few clouds and a slight breeze. Darn near perfect, in my opinion. :-)
The next morning we had the hotel breakfast, packed, and drove to the UNESCO Heritage site #818, The Mill Network at Kinderjijk. ...