Apartmenthotel Celler Tor

Ernst-Amme-Strasse 24, Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, 38114, Germany | Hotel
Prices starting from $66.00
 

Travel Blogs from Braunschweig

Goslar and Wernigerode

A travel blog entry by jdobson

10

... place to hike. After breakfast we packed the car and then walked back into the market area to go the the tourist office. These is a small market in the town square with fresh fruit and veg and various meats and cheeses and fresh flowers. We purchased some strawberries and raspberries and ate them as we walked. They were sweet and juicy and very yummy. Also saw 20 kg bags of onions from Balle Bros. New Zealand. We picked up a walking tour map from the ...

Berlin to Goslar

A travel blog entry by jdobson

8

... streets and narrow alleys. We find a park and walk the short way into a central town square. This place is amazing. So old and picturesue. We head to the tourist information to find some accommodation and the y send us to guesthouse 5 minutes walk away. Its in an alley opposite a church. It fronts door opens right onto the road and when we knock we are greeted by Mrs Koch, a lovely lady with minimal English. She ...

"This abuse completes their work of hatred"

A travel blog entry by ejm56

9

... broad and well lit display cases. Artefacts found in archaeological digs are brilliantly placed under foot in bright cavities built into the floor.
Bergen-Belsen was not a Concentration Camp. It opened in 1940 to house French and Belgian prisoners of war, but it greatly expanded in 1941 to receive tens of thousands of Soviet PoWs. The treatment of Soviet PoWs was appalling across Nazi conquered territory. They were to be starved to death, stored in the open air behind barbed ...

New friends and a walk in the woods

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday

2

They took ages coming to find me this morning but it seems Ed had a headache and they were busy "blogging",whatever that is.
We went on quite a short journey to a camp called Bergen Belsen. Just before we reached it we passed a large British Army base. It was the British that first arrived to free the prisoners at the end of the war. They burned it all down ...

Quite a lot of wind

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday

1


After domestic chores were done we went to a very large prison camp called Buchenwald.It was on the top of a hill with amazing views for miles over the planes of mid Europe. That was pleasant for us but we knew it would have been awful ...

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