Hotel Het Trefpunt
Travel Blogs from Gouda
... further along. Cheryl had a little tumble somewhere along the road. We weren't even riding! We'd stopped and were getting off our bikes but she got her foot caught and over she went. I heard her helmet hit the ground so lucky she's wearing one. The bike didn't sustain any injuries though as it landed on her. It was pretty funny! I couldn't stop laughing once I knew she was ok. She wasn't hurt but had a couple of bruises from it. We were very close to Gouda (of Gouda ...
... Ja' to the wedding vows. Leith had been asked as a witness which meant we were sitting at the front, so had a good view of proceedings.
Afterwards there was wedding cake and nibbles with champagne.
Later that afternoon about 50 of us were invited to the wedding dinner. This was 5 course meal one course being family Gouda cheese which was very nice.
Some lovely speeches by the bride and groom
... few hours to ourselves to walk around the city. Window shopped through the main shopping strip and people watched. Some interesting people here. Lots of bikes to try and dodge! We had a couple of quiet hours to get ready for our celebration dinner tonight, so went down to the hotel bar for a pre-dinner drink. Then met up with everyone to go to dinner in ...
... outside the shop I pondered the question how this man would react
when you tell him that smoking as actually real bad for you and that you must
have rocks in your head to do this nowadays
with the knowledge that we have what this is doing to
your body in the long term. I bad this man would say something like this. It is
not an issue and my harsh voice is in our genes as my father and grandfather
had the same kind of voice and were also short of ...
... on and after another hour we were passing through a town and Laura was ready for a lunch break. We found a fantastic cafe and enjoyed the food and drinks. My breakfast was still sticking with me but Laura did a great job of finishing off the dishes. Our only disappointment was the volleyball tournament that was going on.
-off we went and we quickly realized that our beloved GPS was leading us to ...