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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 16-09-2015, 15:15 Thread Starter
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As part of our summer trip next year we plan to come back via this area of Holland as I'm quite interested in the history (WW2). We plan to stay 2 nights if possible and do some visits on the middle day.

Could any folks recommend any sites to stay at and also museums etc as I guess there may be a choice?

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Was their last week, I recommend going to the open air museum very near the zoo, it has a collection of old building dating back 100 of years, we spent six hours walking around and didn't see it all, address is Hoeferlaan 4 6816 SG Arnhem post us 649.
We stayed the night before at a aire in Zutphen, large car park in front of a supermarket for no charge, very quiet with fresh bread the next morning,

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I stayed at Camping Warnsborn when I last visited. Bus into Arnhem from near the gate or you can walk. I hadn't realised that the John Frost bridge was so big! Oosterbeek is the place to visit for the not to be missed Airborne Musuem which is set up in the original house used as the hospital by the landing forces. It is a short drive away but parking a large motorhome was not easy, I got there early.

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That is a great help

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