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... lunch in Arnhem itself was lovely, shops and markets. The only downfall about being here on the 11th July is that we missed Tegan's 19th birthday as parents we feel bad about that and as a child she knows how to make us feel a guilty, hahaha, Last night I got to meet some cousin's from my mum's side of the family which was lovely, we talked and laughed like we've always been ...
... that 'the last thing Holland needs is another success by General Montgomery'.
While we can see the white tents and hear a large and loud festival taking place across the river from where the boat is docked, not much is going on in the town of Arnhem on Easter Sunday afternoon. During our walk we pass a antiques store window with a Quimper plate and a printed notice saying that the establishment was the property of a Jewish family that was deported to ...
... need to be aware of them as they seem to monopolise the "footpaths".
Passed a restaurant which I translated from the Dutch as pancakes but within a mile, there was another (both busy) so there couldn't possibly be two pancake joints within such a short distance, could there? Well, actually, the Dutch MUST love their pancakes cos that's all they did, sweet, savoury, starter main and dessert, if ...
After checking out I headed to the Netherlands Open Air Museum. It is where various historical buildings from across Holland have been reconstructed. I've been to places like this all over the place so I was quite keen on seeing the Netherlands one. It's quite a big site but there is a tram which takes you around. The weather wasn't great as it was a little drizzly but I was in and out of the buildings ...
... the major sites. We got off at the first stop and began our exploration with an exhibition on "Collecting" and why people collect various artefacts. There were enormous collections of Polaroid cameras, devotional figures and even wrapping paper among these. The ones we found most interesting though were those of air-sickness bags and piggy banks. I don't know why anyone would want to collect air-sickness bags (more than 3000 from ...