Trivium Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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The first two photos are of Atlantis at its mooring in Lingehaven in Gorinchem. I hope it shows just how quaint the mooring is and how central to town. One of our canal boat advisers, Ian Dobson, told us that a phenomenon he experiences is the onset of inertia, and that is what has happened to me to day. I cannot remember being so at ease for many years. I am really starting to love ...
... were beautifully landscaped with very unique styles.
We arrived in Gouda a little after noon which gave us plenty of time to explore the city. After checking in at our home for the night we went out for a snack. We chose a bakery with scrumptious dessert and chocolate candies. We had a whipped cream dessert with raspberry filling an apple strudel along with coffee and tea. Delicious!
We walked to the Markt Square. All of the historic sights ...
Today was a day to visit Wim and Ria's children. We started with morning tea at Mieke and Arians. Mark had a ball playing with Sven and loved seeing all their John Deere toys and the board that they use to play farm on that was made up of coffee dregs. Mark now wants a room like Svens with all the John Deere stuff. Arian took us to his parents place to show us his real John ...
... inside of them. Anyway not to worry.
The last week i have met many friend in and around
Holland.As mentioned before , many of them are people like me who cant help
themselves. The love travel and the continues stimulation of the mind in search
for new experiences and then go home tired and satisfied until sooner of later
thus itch reappears and off they go again. My long time friend Adriaan who lives
in Belgium,I met in Australia during his world ...
... 20 piece snack selection washed down with a beer.
We went sightseeing and visited the "stadhuis" (town hall) dated 1450 which has 4 floors. The very top room was the council chamber in the eaves of the building with shields bearing the crests associated with Gouda. The second floor had suites of meeting rooms which were very plain and modern looking. The first floor had displays of paintings and wall tapestries ...