Campanile Arnhem Zevenaar
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... on the other hand says, "The whole trip door to door slightly less distance than the trip from Melbourne to Warrnambool (one way) ... Piece of cake!" So, being average Aussies (in our dreams) we booked ourselves a Volkswagen Polo and set forth at 9.35am. The Kröller - Müller is set in the midst of a pine forest and reached for those who choose the cheap 3€ parking option by a 2.5km bicycle ride through the ...
Today we went back home, not by bike, because of my flat tire. Matthijs took the train to Amersfoort and from there the bus to Scherpenzeel and then picked up the car and drove back to Zeewolde. I stood in Zeewolde with our stuff. When I was waiting I made a campfire and chat with the other camper. Later there came more people, 2 dads with there sons. We introduced ourselves and sat by the fire and chat. When Matthijs arrived we packed our stuff and ...
We were up early to walk Prego as she was being left cosy in the van whilst we cycled to the Museonder for a quick browse. A great cycle down and then into the museum. We entered just as a group of kids on a school trip did. Probably Year 1-2 ish (5-7 year olds). They were very sweet but oh so noisy. They completely took over and the teachers had absolutely no control over them. Nonetheless, we wandered round looking at all of the stuffed wildlife and reading about how the park ...
... came across a picture frame of our own and discovered they are showing exact locations / angles of Van Gogh paintings. There's a Van Gogh museum here which is the second biggest in the world (after Amsterdam) so it's a big deal! The frames are numbered so they obviously follow a guide / listing somewhere; very cool. We had a quick drink at the cafe then headed back to camp. The walk seemed a lot longer on the way back! We returned to the barrier ...
... also. At the pancake house we sat outside. Pieter had a cheese and bacon pancake and Raewyn had bite-size pancakes called poffertjes. Instead of sparrows looking for scraps we had ducks hanging around, including a duckling. In one big farmhouse we got to the kitchen and a volunteer was cooking, baking and making tea. He invited us to sit and have a chat. It was really lovely. Generally we loved this museum. It was so nice for Raewyn to get a feel of what Netherlands ...