Hampshire Classic Landgoed GR

Address: 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

We checked out of the Golden Tulip. We definitely did not want breakfast. At the station we couldn't get a ticket! Other people had the same problem. The machine was broken. A man called the help line and they didn't help much. They said there was another machine but a girl who turned up said it had been removed the week before. After wasting time we just got on the train to Goude, brought a ticket there from the office (ie. from a human) and carried on. We went to Arnhem. ...

International House Of Pancakes?

A travel blog entry by shearers on Sep 22, 2013

5 photos

... it, it had to be pancaked!

Next morning, cleaned out the loo and water containers and tidied up for the ferry. Thankfully check out time was 12:00 so we were on our relaxed way to IJmuiden lead again by Tom Tom (we use the flight controller voice because he always gives pilots discretion on any directions and reminds us to "watch for traffic as you clear the highway") plus it's not a nagging voice...
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Netherlands Open Air Museum and Sunday in Cologne

A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on May 11, 2013

14 photos

... me reasonably dry.

One thing I found very freaky about the place was the use of mannequins in the houses. They were in the style of those you'd find in Madame Tussauds but these were really creepy. So I took loads of pictures of them.

There was also loads of windmills which was cool, but there were also loads of farm buildings. I got a bit bored of these so I didn't look in all of them. Nor did I spend ...

Open Air Museum in Arnhem

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

1 comment, 55 photos

... One of the features that we really admired were the enormous thatched roofs made of reeds. Other than farmhouses, we also visited an old cheese factory which was powered entirely by steam, a tram depot (which is still used to service and refurbish the trams used by the museum) and a blacksmith who was working his forge at the time.

At the laundry house we visited, sheets were being washed and scrubbed in the ...

Rich pastures but fields for the dead

A travel blog entry by maggik on Oct 03, 2012

6 photos

... by their own servants as would their food, although this would be supplied by the host.

  • Important guests would be escorted up the main staircase to the waiting monarchs. VERY important guests would be met on the top step by said monarchs!
  • An audience with the King or Queen would take place in their bedroom! The more ornate the bed and canopy the better the display of wealth and power. The monarch would not actually BE in bed but would sit in front ...