Tulip Inn Bergen Op Zoom
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... and after cleaning everything up these were also reinstalled. Now the Impreza breaks even better and more importantly, she stays in a straight line whilst doing so!
The tires were already taken off the car so we rolled them to the balancing machine. All four tires were balanced and reinstalled on the car. Also the toe-in was adjusted. All this greatly improved the handling of the car. During a short test on the highway I noticed the car now clearly ...
... a return trip for €6 each) then we took another tram to what we thought was the "old" houses but they turned out to be "odd" houses. Odd they were as they were cubes. John went inside and they certainly have a lot of wasted space and make you feel giddy just looking at the pictures! By the cube houses they are building a new indoor/covered market hall which has apartments at the side and above with the ends open. ...
... we had a fascinating few hours seeing plenty of boats (both old & new), canals, ports, bridges, interesting architecture, parks and gardens, street sculpture, towers and one lonely church. Compared to the many we have seen previously on this tour the church was relatively small and modest. It does have the oldest (1622) bronze statue in Holland within its forecourt. It's of Erasmus, from Rotterdam, a famous 15th ...
Up early on a overcast morning. After breakfast we tour the UNESCO site of Kinderdijk to see the windmills. There are 8 mills on the De Nederwaad built in 1738 and 8 on De Overwaard dated 1740. In these bonnet mills, only the top section revolves with the wind. They are built from brick with large sails and are used solely ...
... So two days ago we it was sooo hot so we had a little bit of a sleep in then wanted to head to the beach. We did not realize it would take us over an hour to walk there in the scorching heat....but we finally made it and literally crawled into the water. The beach reminds me of the clear lake one. Mostly grass but then sand and the water is defiantly swimmers itch infested. The birds are not shy with their bowel movements here that's ...