Tulip Inn Oosterhout
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... and in a straight line, also at higher speeds. Very nice!
The shock absorbers were tested as well and all four of them passed the test.
We took out the airfilter which turned out to be quite dirty. We cleaned it up and placed it back in the car. We also received a new one from Noteboom! We can now drive to the desert on our old filter, then replace the air filter and keep the old one as spare.
A small but really important fix was the window ...
... and became a much better day. At lunch time we came across the town of Nieuwegein that was holding a street fair and market, so we quickly moored up and had a good walk around picking up some bargains. Isi got 3 serving spoons; John got the Mrs Doubtfire DVD and a watch for €5; Eileen got a Rummikub game for €0.95 (absolute bargain – and complete as we checked it later), a picture and bowl. At one point John, who had no money left ...
... philosopher who has come to symbolize the city of his birth. It was then back to our room (they had moved us into an aircon one while we were out) for a cuppa, a LLD and watch the finish of Stage 15 of Le Tour. An exciting finish, if only Jack Bauer, NZ, could have held on for another 50m. But that is typical of Le Tour, lead for 200km and get beaten on the line. Dinner was our normal simple Sunday night affair, pizza/fish & ...
... while each type of flower was blooming, it took over a year to complete this work. We viewed a new exhibit of fossils and cycads, plants that were living during the time of the dinosaurs.
After lunch at The Hague, we went to the Gemeente Museum which is the temporary home to the works of the Dutch Masters of the Golden Era. Our guide from Massachusetts said "as an American learning Dutch, it is not so much a language as it is ...
... We walked around the whole park that boarders the coast (again similar to clear lake) and then sat up camp to have a picnic. We then grabbed some bitterbalen, a traditional Dutch food....it literally tasted like deep fried raw dough with mystery meat. Not the most appetizing but hey you have to try things once. We then walked all the way home and parked ourselves on the bean bags outside and chatted with fellow travellers and locals ...