River B&B Anthonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews River B&B Anthonia Arnhem
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... Evans would have been proud of us!! The museum itself is a wonderful private collection of indoor and outdoor art including a Van Gogh exhibition which restored our confidence in this Dutch master. Great collection and well worth a couple of hours wandering about. After a light(ish) lunch in the gallery café we set forth on stage 2 of the road trip - the road to Kinderdijk (children's dyke for you non-Dutch speakers). By ...
... in the past. Took the bus back to Arnhem station, got our bags and jumped on the train to Utrecht where we changed and went to Amersfoort. Pieter had phoned ahead and Carla was waiting at the station which was one stop from the centre of town. Carla is Pieter's cousin on his dads side. Raewyn had never met her before. It was a quick walk to her house which is a terraced 3 story house with garden front back. We had long talks and a lovely dinner together. Carla is a fantastic ...
... dash for there .TOO late the thunder lightening heavy wind struggled to keep bikes up and torrential rain so got under some big trees down a farmers drive after 35 mins were were drowned wet to the bones ,stil raining but we were so wet didn't seem any point staying there got to theme park hotel where a bunch of cyclist had beaten us to the covered spots
used the toilets ,changed wet shirts had to leave bike shorts on as no ...
... not win any awards for taste or look. In fact I think it was fake Italian people in there. It was food, of sorts.
Whilst trying to eat the "pizza" I looked at the channels on the TV and they were all german dubbed. There was nothing in English at all. Not even sky news :(. I ended up going to bed early as there just wasn't anything to do other than read my book (the internet was pretty slow also). I woke up ...
... One of the features that we really admired were the enormous thatched roofs made of reeds. Other than farmhouses, we also visited an old cheese factory which was powered entirely by steam, a tram depot (which is still used to service and refurbish the trams used by the museum) and a blacksmith who was working his forge at the time.
At the laundry house we visited, sheets were being washed and scrubbed in the ...