Park-Hotel Bilm im Gluck
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... money to buy something! Exactly what our Opa used to do everytime we visited him!
We went for a walk through the village and it was just beautiful. Each village has its own town hall, school, cemetery and everyone knows eachother. It is also super safe. They sell potatoes everywhere- and everyone eats them every day. They even have little boxes on the side of the road with potato sacks- you pick up the potatoes and leave money there- ...
... took a walk through a forest which I was a bit nervous about. But Ollie reassured me that there are NO dangerous animals in forests, not like Australia. There are sometimes tiny spiders whose stings are like mosquito bites. It was just beautiful- the Autumn leaves were falling and it felt like we were in a fairytale!
We then visited Wolfsburg by going on the autobahn for the first time where we drove up to 160km/h (there is no speed limit on the autobahn
... the kids fell fast asleep in the back. So much so that when we tried to wake Rafa up to go to the hotel he just wouldn't, then when he finally did he was delirious. We told him to take some bags and he just walked straight past them. He had a really glassy look on his eyes like he was sleeping walking! Anyway, we settled in, showered and had a much needed big sleep.
Now we are all awake and going to have breakfast and explore!!! Enjoy the few pics!
... br> Dorfstraße 30, 30966 Hemmingen
08:50 Meet in hotel lobby
09:00 Depart from Novotel
09:30 Continue EuroBlech visit at your own leisure
evening Leisure or farewell dinner with Headland
On the Sunday I moved bases: from the hotel in Bad Pyrmont, to an apartment for a full week in Quedlinburg, 2 hours drive.
On the way over I stopped in medieval hansa town Hameln for a couple of hours. The famous tale of the rat catcher comes from here, and is exploited to the full.
For only €1 ...