River B&B Anthonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thing we did was to put our big bags away in a locker at the station. We looked for a bus and went to the Open Air Museum. Pieter had been there before but Raewyn hadn't and he thought it would be a nice experience for her. We started with a cup of coffee sitting outside. You had a view of the park with windmills and tram going around. We were watching the antics of a bunch of rowdy school children who were screaming as they ran to the tram and crowded on. The conductors ...
Decided to drop into Arnhem to visit Mark and Sandra as I'd already arranged to drop into Utrecht to catch up with work. Train ride was OK but I'm starting to get tired of travelling that way. Had a few delays on changeovers and a girl stole my seat on the last trip. Grr :)
It's nice to be back in a normal environment though so might try and stay a couple more days. Feels very nice and ...
... time in the reconstruction of some slum buildings from Amsterdam. By this point I'd walked miles, it was tipping it down with rain and I couldn't face climbing the Amsterdam style stairs. I figured I had seen the real things in situ so there was no point looking at a moved version. There was the opportunity for me to buy some wooden clogs (I saw some kid actually wearing them walking around the place) but I thought ...
... and laid out on the lawns outside to dry. We learned there that those rich enough to avail these services also got received their clothes ironed and folded specifically to the measurements of their closets. Now, that’s service! From the laundromat, we wandered over to one of the larger windmills on the grounds. We got to climb to the second floor of this 25m windmill and witness its inner workings, which was definitely a first ...
... to see people! The King's bedroom was all carmine fabric and wall covering (denoting the extravagence in costing of this colour)
From the upper rooms of the house it was possible to see the stunning formal rear gardens set out in Parterre style with small hedges making patterns ...