Atlanta Hotel Rheinpark Rees
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Ken went one way and I went the other. The town was mistakenly bombed by the Allied Forces and the Allied Forces mainly Americans were defeated here 1800 Americans died. The only old places that survived were the church and the merchants building. Ken went to Arnhem, to see the museum about the battle of the "Bridge to Far". There was a wonderful museum and also a well kept Commonwealth Grave Cemetery. It was amazing the deep thanks the Dutch still have for the 1st British Airborne ...
... at the Eindhover airport in Holland. Family what do I say - my first night in Holland and they got me drunk!!! We went out for dinner and then to the local soccer club where I met their friends and had a few (ok maybe a lot) of beers. Then we rode our bikes home at the end of the night (not so easy after a few beers :p). I think the next two weeks are going to be interesting.... To be ...
... 17th September 1944 Operation Market Garden commenced. It was the largest airborne drop in history and was centred on Arnhem. The objective was to capture the bridge at Arnhem amongst other bridges to enable the Allies to put Montgomery’s plan to bypass the Siegfried Line and attack the Ruhr in to action. Things did not go to plan as the Allies were not prepared for the conditions they encountered when the parachutists landed. They also encountered ...
... woman, who seemed to be struggling. At first she seemed slow, but then the music started again and she was swinging us all over the place, pulling on our arms and cheering wildly, which was all a bit hard to deal with. I mouthed to Mona "I think she's recovered!" and we melted into the crowd.
One of the games we play when we are walking is trying to spot new nationalities each day. We had spotted Samoa earlier, but towards the ...
... and a little on the dark side. They were or have had a special celebration and did some kind of weird things in the Palace. In one room, they had floweres hanging individually from the entire ceiling. Of course, the Royal family does not live in the Palace as it is now a museum and tourist attraction. We had lunch in a cafe on the grounds of the Palace with a mother and daughter whose family owns the fortune 500 company, Lincoln Electric. ...