Hotel Cafe 't Zonneke

Zandheuvel 11, Oosterhout, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands | Inn
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This inn is located on Zandheuvel 11, Oosterhout.
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Travel Blogs from Oosterhout

Willemstad to Schuddebeurs

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 30, 2014

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... Laura). They had a GPS. They also had stayed at Casa 400 on the first night of the trip. Laura tried to make us feel better by saying that Dutch Bike Tours probably thought that Texans were tough and didn't need a GPS and could start at a completely different hotel with added mileage to their trips. =)

Although we were tempted to just stay with them since they had a GPS, we decided to forge on ahead relying on our own wits and methods. The Shepherds ...

In the city

A travel blog entry by brsant on Jun 25, 2014

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We had to return the car today, but before that Michael had to pick up some parts, and then we went to IKEA. I just wanted to see the store and what it was like. It is massive, not only furniture packs, but you name it and it's there! Smart swedes make one walk through the whole store before exiting. The entrance leads you inside and then you have to follow the arrows through before you can exit. There is also a Swedish cafeteria and eatery.
Then we took the car back, safe and ...

In the Biker's Heavan!

A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 12, 2014

2 comments, 35 photos

... kinds of water fowl in the canals. In addition to the ever present geese and mallard ducks, we also saw many swans nesting in the open ground. The scenery was green and tranquil just like pastoral paintings we saw many times in European museums.

We took breaks often to taste the cheese in Gouda ( made only with freshest whole milk as the local lady proudly proclaimed!), stop by town's center to admire the majestic 10 meter ...

Windmills

A travel blog entry by creyes on Jul 15, 2013

6 comments, 3 photos

This morning we awoke in Kinderdijk, Holland. It was named after a heavy tsunami like storm in 1421 which claimed many lives. A legend is told that a child in a cradle was kept afloat by a cat jumping from side to side keeping it in balance."The Cat in the Cradle" became a popular fairy tale. Today all the cats around the windmills are protected and honored as "windmill cats." Attached are some pics of these beautiful, functioning windmills dating back ...

Lazy day in Gouda in the warm sunshine!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 03, 2012

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... Belgium. Not for France, so we will have to sort that out next year. The new windscreen wiper was fitted with the new switch that tested OK but some adjustment has to be made as it is not quite central to the windscreen. We bought some provisions, Gouda with mustard and Gouda with nettles at a farm shop outlet in town. A nice touch, we were given tastings before you buy. Gin levels were replenished along with tonics ready for our next voyage hopefully tomorrow ...