Van der Valk Hotel Arnhem
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Although he is at least 84, Mr. Loos retains his height, his hair, his vigor and his mental acuity. He relates his mother's and his experiences with first the British who requisitioned the family home and then the Germans who took over the town. Overly optimistic and over extended, the British botched the operation; nevertheless, Field Marshal Montgomery claimed that Market Garden was a success. In response, Prince Bernhard, the husband of Queen Beatrix is quoted ...
... as Liz found when she took the recycling to the bins) with loads of facilities including pools and restaurant.
Again, the site roads don't leave much room for manoeuvre but we got to the appointed pitch and mover'd in (don't leave home without one unless you've been to the gym!)
As the weather was amiably warm, we meandered out along the lovely quiet roads, avoiding cyclists and moped ...
After being very lazy the day before I was up and at breakfast early but it was a bit of a bun fight. There were no tables available and once I found one the waiters were very overzealous about cleaning them when I got up to get some food. I came back to discover everything had been cleared away and I had to find more knives and forks. It's a real issue when you are on your own, as you can't leave someone there to reserve ...
... airlines) but we had to admit that it was definitely unique and bizarre at the same time. From there we walked through a traditional Indonesian backyard from the Dutch colonial times and then on to a row of fully furnished workers’ houses from the 1870s to the 1970s. It was interesting to see the progression of living spaces which became progressively more cluttered and less centred around the stove. We then wandered around to ...
One of the most wonderful things you can do on Molokai is the Mule ride in Kalaupapa National Historic Park.
This special community was once home to Belgian missionary Saint Damien. Beginning in 1873, this selfless priest giving hope to Hansen’s disease victims who were exiled to this isolated peninsula. He tragically succumbed to the disease he spent years of his life helping to treat. Today, you ...