Tulip Inn Oosterhout
Travel Blogs from Oosterhout
... the window it's so beautiful gahhhh. Today we are just going to walk around the harbour and the art district. Then tomorrow maybe hit up some museums and the park for some tanning! After getting settled in, we walked around downtown and magically stumbled into the shopping district hehehe. We saw some cute stuff but nothing was travel friendly (burgundy corduroy overalls I will come back for you some day) so we decided get our ...
... gloves, beanies and shivering, ...
... that he did not wash our plastic windscreen, so when our tank was full, he quickly washed it. The Harbour master saw him and told him off and said “that is drinking water”. Isi then told him off too as the windows were open and of course it poured in on to the new wallpaper (which fortunately for him looks like it will be OK) but the side cupboard was overflowing on to the carpet!
We eventually set off at ...
... 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 ...
... done all that is of interest on the itinerary, so I find a McDonalds and sit with a cup of coffee (they get narky if you just use their internet without purchasing anything) whilst Gail sets off to check out the latest in Dutch fashions.
Some time later and with darkening clouds, we decide that it would be better to not get caught in the rain, so we head back toward the ship taking a different route that should lead to Erasmusbrug (the Erasmus Bridge). ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed