Golden Tulip Oosterhout Hotel
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... and non lifting low bridge making steering very testing but soon we were into Utrecht’s city centre canal for our picturesque mooring. We were rather pleased to see that on the electric it said “gratis” so we assumed the mooring was free too, and we like free! When we were sailing into Utrecht we saw an old water tower, the oldest in the Netherlands but now it is an exhibition centre with a permanent display about ...
... of a Company with a shopping card to be able to buy any article,we were able to buy 6 crates ,so that wii be able to quench many thirsty pallets . After shopping we all went home to have a rest and prepared the vegetables for tonight's dinner ,peeling potatoes,cutting green beans,and we are eating Lamb cutlets with that.yum yum!!!!!! ...
... our next destination, we passed magnificent homes and gardens in an affluent area, willows weeping towards the canal and coots swimming by with nesting materials in their mouths . Going through locks and under numerous bridges, we watched the Dutch people riding their bikes home from work. There are many more bikers than cars.
Once more the sun made a glorious appearance. Since we arrived the weather has been overcast with only a few sprinkles one ...
... and closest cities last. It can all be a bit confusing, especially when there may be a small road leading to your objective before arriving at the main highway to your objective.
Thus, we added a little scenic route to our day. Before arriving at highway A4 a sign to smaller road listed A61. A4 had been displayed earlier, so we wondered if the sign was just omitting that this time, since the signs are not consistent through repeated exit notices. Well, ...
... The poolette was not a great idea at all either. It leaked down into the decks below, and nobody understood the function of it. You could not swim in it. I guess you could dip your feet into it, but that's about all. Then, they removed the poolette and two hot tubs on a daise took its place. I really regret the loss of the aft pool; we loved the aft pool area on Maasdam.
Then since this, ah, retrofit, reports of problems starting coming ...