Tulip Inn Oosterhout
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... 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 ...
... 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 & ...
Woke up very early this morning to pack bags. Michael rode into town to buy some grappa with Adriano. Zio Mario came over to say goodbye, so we sat on the balcony, where we sweltered in our jeans (dressed to travel). Then Zia Luigia and Paola came over and we had a quick lunch that Grazia had magically whipped up. At 11.30 Bruno was getting antsy so we got ready to go.. Arrived at airport in Treviso by 12. As we walked in, all we saw was confusion and of course the heart ...
... wee hours of the morning. Yesterday we decided to buy boat passes and took a trip to the famous Rotterdam windmills! They were beautiful and crazy that people actually used to wear wooden clogs.. I'm sure they had a couple of dr Lukie's to help with the clog injuries back then. We had lunch at an antique store type reataurant it was very neat! Then we took a ferry to a town called Dobrecht. It was beautiful, everything is made of ...
... Rotterdam. However not even 10 minutes into the trip it started raining and with the rain coming in from sideways (and even from right up underneath) I was forced to pull over and find shelter. By this stage I was thoroughly soaked and rather fed up. I pulled myself together, put on all my rain equipment and tried again. I got another 2kms or so and then had to stop again. By this stage I was ready to turn back but being the South African I am I sucked it up and soldiered ...