Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Scheperskamp
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Had a great day, went from Deventer to Holten on the train, people in Holten were happy to help Canadians! We got a Taxi to The Canadian War Cemetery and found Gordon's friend, Edward Demeria's grave stone and placed the friend banner we had brought.... and thanked him for his service. Edward was survived by a wife and young daughter. Met some really great people today! Everyone was so helpful, when they ...
... under. We quickly made our own way to the next town, cutting out a few km along the way. Somehow, despite losing the odd km from our route, the 51km trip to Arnhem took 66km to complete. How or why, we have no idea. All I can think of is that the guidebook is wrong! Today we came upon something as yet unseen by us in the Netherlands - a hill! Yes, our first hill since arriving in the Netherlands 4 days ago! Well, the first big enough ...
We had a six hour drive from France to Arnhem in western Holland and arrived in camp in the late afternoon. After setting up camp, we went for a leisurely walk through the surrounding forest which was scattered with small lakes and dunes. After about five kilometers, we were back at camp and settled in for the night. The next morning, we rode our bicycles to the nearby open air museum. This was the first and largest Dutch open air museum ...