Hampshire Classic Landgoed GR

BAKENBERGSEWEG, Arnhem, Gelderland, 6216, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arnhem

Open Air Museum

A travel blog entry by draak777 on May 21, 2014

9 photos

... good, they told them to get off. The park has numbered attractions, some with volunteers in costume showing people how things worked. Thatched cottages and barns and farm operations. There were beehives including a couple in a transparent cabinet in a shed so you could the hive working. There were transparent tunnels for the bees to go outside. There were chickens and pigs and hairy goats and sheep like our Melanie but with much skinnier legs. There were some shops ...

Arnhem to Xanten

A travel blog entry by olwenjohn on Jul 28, 2013

5 photos

Woke to lovely sunny day up and away early to Xanten on the other side of the Rhine river
change of plan we are heading back to dusseldorf as heading to hymn Cabris in Provence France where
stephen Nicola Josh Sarah Steve Maria are for the week
Trip going well making good time ,crossed on ferry at Millingen ad Rijn, not a lot of ABH ( another bloody hill ) holland has nice flat trails sky getting darker then real dark ...

Netherlands Open Air Museum and Sunday in Cologne

A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on May 11, 2013

14 photos

... pass them up....

I started to leave at the right time as the rain got really bad. I then aqua glided all the way to Cologne. I was staying in an apartment building on the outskirts of cologne. It was a pretty industrialised area and I backed onto a main road. In addition although it was an apartment there was only a hob and no oven or microwave so again I couldn't really cook anything. But then again once I tried ...

Open Air Museum in Arnhem

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Apr 14, 2013

1 comment, 55 photos

... This windmill from Delft, from 1696, had been originally used to grind flour but was no longer in operation for that purpose. They did have the sails unfurled and the blades were turning quite rapidly. From the second floor of the windmill, we got a splendid view back over the central town area of the museum with its cluster of brightly colored houses, surrounded by a canal. Our next stop was the paper mill and the printing press. ...

Journey's end (for 6 months)

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 31, 2012

1 comment, 12 photos

31st August 2012

One thing that was missed out of yesterday's log was that John was doing engine checks and Isi put her foot on the side of the open hatch to switch on the instruments. A boat went by and creating a little wash and causing the heavy hatch cover to fall on to Isi’s thigh giving a wonderful black and tender bruise!

We dipped our diesel tank again this morning to "just make sure" we are still OK. After breakfast ...