Hotel Arnhem Centraal

Address: Willemsplein 18, Arnhem, Gelderland, 6811 KB, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arnhem

Openlucht muesum

A travel blog entry by jamesfam.23 on Jul 22, 2015

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What a fantastic day we had today with the family enjoying the Openlucht (open air) museum, a taste of how things were in the olden days, it was a day I was really looking forward to and it didn't disappoint. The weather was perfect, Jennifer brought her dog Nola and she behaved here you can bring your dog almost anywhere with you. We had a lovely picnic lunch which over here is not done very often so the ...

The Journey Starts,Arnhem 70 years on..

A travel blog entry by 2432mcc on Sep 18, 2014

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... 8th floor with views over London,the Shard looks quit impressive from here! I'm going to stretch my legs and see if I can still remember how to get around Waterloo & Lambeth ! " I may be gone for some time" ! Thursday 18th.. Today I leave London to head towards Dover, a Ferry crossing to France,then on towards Holland..... I should be excited ...

Docked in Nijmegen and Visiting Arnhem

A travel blog entry by dft on May 06, 2014

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The ship is in Nijmegen. We had to choose between two excursions this morning—a tour of the Kruller Muller Museum (a private collection of sculpture and paintings) or the Arnhem battle grounds and Airborne Museum. We opted for the art especially because later in the afternoon we are due to attend a lecture by a local historian about Arnhem and WWII.

The art museum was a great choice particularly because, it consisted of two parts—a ...

Fall/winter facial detoxification method

A travel blog entry by emmasnook on Sep 13, 2013

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... smell essential oils can indeed metabolism of toxins, make up and body purified. Recommended for dry skin using rose oil; oily skin tea, lemon, Sage: sensitive skin use Chamomile, cornflower and essential oils. Using essential oils can use methods such as contemplation, massage or bath.

5. do lymphatic drainage. lymphatic drainage are generally beauty salons, service projects, but if I mastered the technique, can do yourself at home. to keep in mind ...

Yippee Holland at last

A travel blog entry by olwenjohn on Jul 26, 2013

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Up off to shop for breakfast food and lunch packed tent  As Wessel,was the other side of the river we are now off our trail map decided not to go back to bridge and cross back over river that we would wing it on the  side we were on .great signage little red arrows just as you needed them (people in Germany   are amazing when you stop and look at your map some one always stops and ask if you want help even stop there cars in the middle of the road to help ...