Golden Tulip Oosterhout Hotel
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... in Holland working. It lets a few boats in at a time and then adjusts the water level to match the other end of the canal then opens the gates and let's the boats out again. It was interesting to watch. Willemstad is a very old town on a canal. It was very peaceful wandering around the village. We went to a restaurant called Bora Bora and we had to wait 2 hours for our meals after we ordered. For dessert we got gelato for free because of the extra ...
... that they gave a little history lesson at the mills, too. Seems that during WWII, the position of the arms on the windmill sent a message to the Resistance fighters. If the arms were set a certain way, they'd know it was safe to move people. If they were the other way, stay hidden. Even today, the position of the arms signal things like births, deaths, and other milestones. Never knew that!
Back to the ship by lunch time! Then ...
... to connect with the instructions left for the other lucky folk who stayed at the hotel with the complete directions. Our instructions were from a hotel called the Casa 400 to Gouda. As it turns out, the Casa 400 is on the south side of the city right next to the LF2A cycle trail that we would need to take for Gouda (as well as most of the rest of the trip). Our hotel was on the upper NorthWest side of Amsterdam and no instructions were provided on how to ...
... there were no more passengers and the conductor and driver started o get off! End of the line? Bruno caught the conductor as he was dismounting. Thank God he could speak some English and told us to catch the next tram back to station Noord then the number four for two stops. And we arrived home safely, even if later than expected and frozen through. Once again, luckily I had my coat! That bird knew something! Needed a cup of tea and a hot shower after ...
... for the rooftop deck – we ...