Trivium Hotel & Spa
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... we all headed out together. Shortly after we had left the restaurant there was a long section of blackberry bushes. We saw a woman picking them. I wanted to stop and get some but Brian did not want to stop. His excuse was that we couldn't be sure we could eat them but I think he just didn't want to stop.
Although the tour description said our destination was Noordgouwe, our hotel was in the next town over, Schuddebeurs. It took 15 minutes longer ...
... reached as far as they did in the top sport of their land.Rien and I enjoyed the company of at least 26 people with plenty to nibble on and drinks all round Arie he neighbour and John had installed the tent in the back yard ,Arie had decorated the tent inside and set up music and a large film screen where the football match was projected from the TV to the screen ,he did a wonderful job setting ...
... sun broke through the clouds. Here we had a lovely lunch in the sunshine overlooking the water. Couldn't ask for a better spot. The most important activity for the afternoon was yet to come. From here we drove to Overschie, which is where my Grandad grew up. I got to see the house where he was born, the house where he grew up, the bridge he jumped off into the water and even walked around the church where he was baptised. Was such a special afternoon and a definite highlight of the ...
... wee hours of the morning. Yesterday we decided to buy boat passes and took a trip to the famous Rotterdam windmills! They were beautiful and crazy that people actually used to wear wooden clogs.. I'm sure they had a couple of dr Lukie's to help with the clog injuries back then. We had lunch at an antique store type reataurant it was very neat! Then we took a ferry to a town called Dobrecht. It was beautiful, everything is made of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center