BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Haarhuis
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... 8th floor with views over London,the Shard looks quit impressive from here! I'm going to stretch my legs and see if I can still remember how to get around Waterloo & Lambeth ! " I may be gone for some time" ! Thursday 18th.. Today I leave London to head towards Dover, a Ferry crossing to France,then on towards Holland..... I should be excited ...
The ship is in Nijmegen. We had to choose between two excursions this morning—a tour of the Kruller Muller Museum (a private collection of sculpture and paintings) or the Arnhem battle grounds and Airborne Museum. We opted for the art especially because later in the afternoon we are due to attend a lecture by a local historian about Arnhem and WWII.
The art museum was a great choice particularly because, it consisted of two parts—a ...
... lots of villages stopped at Emmerich at information centre bought a new map and got instructions to camping ground (different one than we had planned )in holland and yippee arrived in Holland nice huge camp ground(cost €10.80 ) very friendly people .pitched tent under tree lots of shade large camp ground with what looks like permanent caravans with vege gardens ,fruit trees, fences biked into local town had dinner nice quite ...
... drive round Arnhem before finding somewhere for dinner. This was relatively easy but I didn't see anything particularly interesting as the place was probably totally destroyed in the war. I did, however, see the bridge my mum keeps banging on about. So my next stop was the supermarket to get more biscuits to eat in bed and to look at the dutch beer. The Dutch stuff is sold in England, but I did notice that on the Stella Artois boxes it says ...
... all with window boxes full of flowers. The Dutch are certainly very house proud and it is one of the features of their country I think, how immaculate they keep their gardens and yards.
Back on the bus and returned to Amsterdam for the mandatory visit to a diamond factory. Some of the ladies had the opportunity to wear for a small 10 seconds a diamond valued at $350,000. Some people obviously have too much money. No I did not buy anything!