Golden Tulip Oosterhout Hotel
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... The girls in the shops do speak English if you ask which is good, because I can't understand a thing.
We bought some potato chips for lunch ( they are really nice here, crispy) and then Bruno had a waffle and I had some poffertjes with capuchinos.
Decided to catch the tram back, as we seem to have become familiar with it now that it's time to go home! Then finished off packing bags and had a rest.
Michael came home about five thirty, followed by Tristan and ...
... Nico, a hostess, chef Matesis and our guide Piet. On this tour there were 15 passengers from USA, Mexico, France, Canada and a family with two young boys from Ireland. What a wonderfully diverse group we were!
We ate and slept on the barge but biked an average 30-40 km (25-30 miles) a day mostly on the west portion of Holland. The weather was cool (about 50 degree) and fairly pleasant. Most of the country side is ...
... Elshout mill network is an outstanding man-made landscape that bears powerful testimony to human ingenuity and fortitude over a millennium in draining and protecting an area by the development and application of hydraulic technology.) 19 windmills are maintained in functioning condition. Historical information aside, I came because the windmills are beautiful architecturally, aesthetically, and the landscape is picturesque.
We walked along a the ...
... our close had a direct hit on a telephone pole. It blew out our neighbours phone socket across the room, our Wi-Fi router and television stopped working even though they were all on surge protected sockets. We exchanged the router as it was under guarantee but got to sort out the TV when we get home in October. The TV is not important seeing as we do not have one now. If there is anything important happening, we are sure someone will let us know here or at home. ...
... to the stroopwafel shop (http://vd-berg.nl/web/index.php/vv-hom e) and picked up a little treat.
(Stroopwafels are lovely confections consisting of a caramel filling sandwiched between 2 thin wafer cookies. The Dutch are fond of warming one up on top of a cup of coffee. You can get them here in the States, but oh, the extra yumminess of a freshly made one!!)