Trivium Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
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... the ship. Hew must know that he has me in a vulnerable position - trapped on the "Goethe" - so he keeps a respectable distance, although I can hear several other passengers on the "Goethe" remark on the fact that we're being trailed by a Waterbus.
The rest of the short voyage passes somewhat unremarkably - there are long stretches of river-side fields and, on occasion, we can see cattle wading in the shallow water by shore. Once or twice, we see horses running ...
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 ...
... on time and landed straight in, with no stacking at all. 5.30 on a weekday afternoon, that never happens! So much so it put out the meal service for business passengers and we had to gobble the last bits of food down before the trays were cleared.
We came into a B gate at T5 which meant it was a little slow to get out but there was no queue at passport control, It was just a bit sad that I just missed a Heathrow Express ...
... had been bombed as the area had been cleared and the couple of buildings still standing are amazing. The architects certainly had a blank canvas to work with to rebuild this city.
John and Isi then took a tram to the railway station to find out the train times for tomorrow (seeing as we ended up getting a seniors all day rover ticket for €3.55 each and extremely good value, whereas S&E ...
... it's now the greenest city in Holland. We started our foot tour of the city about 9am and finished about 1pm. Sunday is perfect for this as there are very few people around to get in the way of a potentially good photo. Unfortunately the sun stayed behind the clouds most of the time giving the photos a wishy washy look. However even a dull photo is better than two old ***** (well at least one) trying to remember what they say and ...