Campanile Arnhem Zevenaar
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... for a walk never to return again. Search parties have been looking all night and in the morning they found her water bottle down by the Nile. The river is crowded with hippo's and crocodiles, the chances of the 21 year old Dutch girl coming back are slight. I wish all the luck to her family and friends.
Uganda is considered a stable country these days so I didn't worry to much about going. The story of this ...
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Area: 241,038 sq km (93,072 sq miles)
... Gate, the Reichstag and of course the site of Hitler’s Bunker – where he committed suicide, with his new wife Eva Braun, on 30th April 1944. We have visited all of these sites before – but what else would you do in Berlin for the afternoon? Well, we did sit and have a beer as well!
One thing we did visit for the first time was a Memorial to the Sinti and Roma of Europe murdered under the National Socialist regime. It ...
... lunch in Arnhem itself was lovely, shops and markets. The only downfall about being here on the 11th July is that we missed Tegan's 19th birthday as parents we feel bad about that and as a child she knows how to make us feel a guilty, hahaha, Last night I got to meet some cousin's from my mum's side of the family which was lovely, we talked and laughed like we've always been ...
... Van Gogh, the second largest collection in the world.
The setting alone is 'vaux le voyage'. Out of town, in Otterloo, the K-M is set in the leafy De Hoge Veluwe National Park. On the fifteen minute ride in to the museum from the entrance to the park, we notice that the park authority has set a ring of small fires to control the brush.
The brochure refers to the museum as 'the lifework of Helene Kroller-Muller', who with her husband Anton ...