Tulip Inn Oosterhout
Travel Blogs from Oosterhout
... town of Volendam, with the ...
One of the things that I found interesting as a foreigner in the Netherlands was the playgrounds. I was taken aback that Shane and I were the only adults watching our kids. We noticed that a lot of the 3, 4, & 5 year olds were unattended and then I noticed that many started to arrive on their own. I even watched a mother leave her house, wave to her kids and bike to the store. I haven’t seen that much freedom-ever! The American inside me would never trust ...
It had been bombed when the Germans held it, then bombed by the Germans when the allied forces re-took it. You would not believe that Rotterdam was part of a country and Europe in recession; there are cranes on the skyline and new buildings going up for all to see. Very impressive bridges and we understand new Tunnels underneath 1 they have a tram network on the roads and the fastest River Buses and Taxi's that you ...
... We went to her house in Made, about 10 minutes away, and had a lovely evening with Jacquelien, her husband Johan, and her mom Corrie. Jacquelien has two horses, and before dinner I joined her in her daily routine of driving to the stables, cleaning the stables, fetching the two cute Shetlanders from the field, and putting them in their stables. Jacquelien also participates in races with horses and cart, but we have ...
... No pressure.
Through this blog I’m going to tryyyyy to keep you updated on all that is going on here (big emphasis on the TRY, I’m not nr. 1 when it comes to diaries and their equivalents etc.), and all that will be going on AFTER the internship! And no, that was not aimed at the local nightlife, that will show up on FB I presume, not on ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed