Hotel Het Trefpunt

Westhaven 46, Gouda, Zuid-Holland, 2801 PM , Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gouda

Beijing to Gouda

A travel blog entry by stevemt


Schiphol at Amsterdam was a total breeze. Loved it as an airport. So friendly, extremely well signed,

Very easy to navigate. There is virtually a complete shopping mall there at the entrance (Schiphol Plaza,) in which as well as the train service desk, shops, café's, food outlets etc, there is also a supermarket.

Caught the train to Gouda.

After being collected by my sister and brother in law, went to the barge and got ...

One of the Best Gardens in Holland!

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg


... his greenhouse, Rozen & Radijs, translated Roses and Radishes. He feels that the roses that are imported from other countries are lesser quality than the ones he grows organically in his facilities. He, as well as the other gardeners we met on this trip, marveled at the amount of peat found naturally in the soil that was present when the water from removed to create more land.

Learning So Much About The Netherlands

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg


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The Royal Delft showroom and factory was our next destination. We watched a master painter working on a tile with black paint. After baking in a kiln for ten hours, the color of the paint will oxidize and turn to Delft blue. A gift of a prestigious piece of Delft from the Queen, or now the King, to foreign heads of states is a long standing Royal tradition.

Bas, our gourmet chef, who trained in a ...

In the Biker's Heavan!

A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2


... tall stained glasses in St. Janskerk (St. John) Catherel. Everyone enjoyed a beer ( or in my case, a bitter lemon drink) sitting in the sun. Schoohoven is one of my favorite towns because the flower arrangements they placed in the canal were just gorgeous. They also planted lots of water lilies in the canal. I wouldn't mind at all to come back in the summer to see the lilies bloom. What a beautiful life the residents in Schoonhoven ...

Amsterdam, an eclectic mix!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... house was furnished exactly as it had been in the days when Rembrandt and the love of his life, Saskia had lived there.

You may ask how the museum knew what had been in his house back in the 17th century? Well, Rembrandt went through some tough times, both personally and financially. On a personal level, he lost his wife in childbirth but gained a son, Titus. He then got into financial difficulty and his house was repossessed by the ...


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