River B&B Anthonia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... almost 11,500 works of art between the years 1907 and 1922. Auguste Rodin, Henry Moore and Christo along with almost every major moder sculptor is represented in the 61.4 acre outdoor sculpture garden that includes as well a pavilion by Rietveld, a massive concrete maze by Jean Dubuffet and an amphitheater by Marta Pan. The extensive collection of Van Goghs includes his first painting, 'Still Life with Straw Hat' that our museum guide explains is an excerise ...
... riders to the merits of wearing a safety helmet is emphatically not on the foreseeable future. The canal tour provided a final opportunity for capturing vistas of "Little Venice" from the water level. The different housing styles reflect various significant historical eras, such as the flourishing years of international trade by the East India and West India Companies. Their former warehouses have been beautifully restored and converted into ...
... man sitting on a deck chair who kindly waves as you pass thorough.
The kids were amazed at the size of Knaus when we arrived and wasted no time exploring every cupboard and drawer. The airhorn we'd bought as a replacement hooter was also unfortunately a favourite toy. The drive we took them on round the block was marred only by the minor incident of reversing into the Velthuizens drive and slightly misjudging the width. I'm sure no one ...
... a menu with 4 main meals. Translated they were all odd fish things like perch. The waiter offered to get something made for me so I opted for a chicken and vegetable sweet and sour type thing off menu. It was very tasty but there was a lot there. It was very odd to be sat totally on my own eating my dinner.
So now I'm back at the freaky sports hotel with a full belly, only a small amount of food spilled down my front and a lot of miles put on my car. ...
A leisurely morning sailing through the upper Rhine. The countryside looks so peaceful / rural with fields and occasionally a few houses or the spire of a village church peeping though the trees.
Eventually, at lunch time, we arrived in Doesburg which was a drop off point for the afternoon excursions. Here Brian and I went our seperate ways as there two options and I was interested in one, he the other!
Brian opted for the Arnhem experience - all about the ...