Golden Tulip Val Monte
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Cloudy and somewhat rainy day so it was good timing to visit the Liberation Museum where the allies invaded northern and western Holland in February 1944 called Operation market garden. It lasted until the fall of 1944 and many lives were lost, mostly from the paratroopers. We "lounged" in the afternoon as the day was not good for ...
Explored to town of Nijmegen. It was beautiful. We met Do, our Dutch friend and went to a few music stages. There is over 10 stages to see all sorts of different music in the streets and it is all free. We had some really good wedges for lunch and I won grand champion on the leader board on a pinball ...
... for that day, (on Day 4, you get woken up one hour earlier!), you can step off (as an individual) at 4:30am. Is it sounding like fun yet? Each day, as you walk around the route, there are a couple of rest stops for military walkers and then there are literally 100s of people all along the route who hand out lollies or salty crackers, there will be groups who hand out fruit and drinks, or even stress-balls, so that your hands don’t get ...
... to us about how he liked England and his sister had married a “Tommy" and lived in England. We had been told that is the morning they would all be watching the ceremony on TV and would come into the town after that, and it proved true. We made our way to the River Rhine to see it in full flow with a lot of big barge traffic and one tug pushing 4 barges strapped together. It was the speed of the flow of the river we ...
... We then had some light refreshments and went on our way to the Memorial dedicated to the 82nd men that participated in the Waal River Crossing.
The monument is located along a long dike that sits about 30 feet higher than any ground around it or along it. We were told that the Germans used the dike as a place to man machine guns for it provided them a clear field of fire along the river when ...