Hampshire Hotel - 't Hof van Gelre
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... and crimes against humanity by the international criminal court in The Hague since 2005 but has evaded capture.
Conclusion of this weeks entry is that no matter how stable the country is, always keep your eyes open. Don't go wandering through national parks alone, definitely not after nightfall. Some tips I picked up in the last couple of weeks is to try finish traveling before dark, to not go to the north of ...
... font-size: 16px; line-height: 22.8571px;">Number of children (0-17) who have lost one/both parents: 2.6 million (UNICEF, 2011)
... we were Canadian and were very gracious and thankful. Met a really nice couple that shared stories from when Holland was Liberated, she said that when Canadian Seaforth Army arrived they were so hungry, at that time she was six years old. She said the Canadian troupes set up tents in her families backyard and made them bread and gave them chocolate, she still remembers that bread to be the best bread ...
... marked on the map, anyway. I guess that's why the wind is so strong here! We passed through Pannerden which was where we would catch the final ferry for the day to Milligan. We passed an old Sluis gate and water pump from 1917 and stopped to take some photos. We could see the ferry coming to our shore, but what's the rush, we can just go get the next one. At this time Susan had a look at the map and noticed the note on the ferry ...
... guidebook touted it as the best, so we allowed the entire day to explore it. We were really happy to be able to use our bikes to get there along the designated, traffic-free bike paths. These bike paths, devoid of all traffic, are all over Belgium and Netherlands and it is no wonder that nearly everyone owns and rides a bicycle here.
As soon as we entered the museum, we hopped on an old tram that does a complete circuit to ...