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... Ryan. It refers to the Jack Frost bridge in Arnhem where the ship has sailed while we were out. The current bridge (named for a general in the British Army) replaces the bridge over the Rhine that was destroyed during Operation Market Garden, a failed attempt by British forces to liberate a part of northeastern Holland, cross the Rhine and enter the Ruhr Valley. After lunch, Jan Loos a resident of Arnhem visits the boat to talk about his experiences during ...
Following the decision that 200 miles is the optimum for a realistic distance at 50 mph and allowing for hold ups the trip to Arnhem was completed easily within those guidelines (thankfully!) Weather was good all of the way and we found the campsite located just off the A12 in the Hooge Veluwe National Park (very similar to Clumber Park, just off the A1 with long straight tree lined roads) this is a massive ...
... attractions was watching our boat transported through one of the many locks. Travelling further down the canal system it became apparent that the water-line is unusually high with the banks close to the maximum retaining height. After another sumptuous 4-course dinner, it was time to go up on deck. Despite the chilly conditions, it was shortly after 11pm when our vessel merged with the Rhein - in the darkness we had unceremoniously slipped into Germany.
... the major sites. We got off at the first stop and began our exploration with an exhibition on "Collecting" and why people collect various artefacts. There were enormous collections of Polaroid cameras, devotional figures and even wrapping paper among these. The ones we found most interesting though were those of air-sickness bags and piggy banks. I don't know why anyone would want to collect air-sickness bags (more than 3000 from ...
... has been rebuilt post war. 7000 troops died or were injured in this event which formed the basis for the film "A Bridge Too Far". Brian's group visited the war museum in Arnhem and then the war cemetery, which he said was very moving.
I opted for a small group who went through the countryside (including 2 National parks) to the Het Loo Palace in Apeldorn. It was fascinating to go through the pristine villages (very expensive looking, some of them) ...