Golden Tulip Oosterhout Hotel
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... of the large dark man trailing us, clearly looking for an opportunity to make a move.
After having passed by 5 or 6 windmills, and stopping to appreciate their beauty and form, we arrive at the windmill designated for interior visits. As the windmill has a single narrow doorway, entrance is slow, and we start to queue up to go inside. As we do, the manager of this windmill - a large, florid man with exaggerated movements, can be seen talking animatedly to our guide. ...
... After about 30 minutes we arrived in Wilnis at.....a seller of yachts and boats who also sold cars. Again an interesting combination. This Impreza however looked in much worse shape. Although this car was not involved in any accident (or at least not that we know of), it looked in very bad shape. Bumpers hanging loose, big patches or rust all over the car, doors and windows not shutting properly (obvious from the moisture on the ...
... 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 ...
... some risotto for lunch, as the weather was rather gloomy and rainy today. About two, we went for a drive to Delft, which used to be the town where the royal family lived.
It is quite a pretty town, lots of older looking apartment buildings and canals. Lots of shops with delft china, in the blue and white pattern. Some of it very expensive, I will remember for a long time. I went to buy a dish thinking it was 6 euro 50 ...
... history. She also explained the canals and how the Netherlands were created. The Dutch say - God created the world and the Dutch created the Netherlands...and it is so true. She also explained a little about the windmills. Of course, we also heard the history of the country. And I learned that Holland is ...