Apartmenthotel Celler Tor
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When we woke up we enjoyed a traditional German breakfast of breads, cold meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and different spreads (including lots of nutella) at the hotel. It was delicious and refreshing to be eating vegetables and meat for breakfast. Then we went exploring a bit at the local shopping centre..... it is interesting just looking at …
... that long. They were not told that our plane was delayed so he just waited. It turns out that our plane had mechanical problems.
We then drive to Sehnde, the village that Martin and Benta live in, where we will be staying for the next few days. Benta has made us some tuna melts so we eat a bit and the go to bed. We have basically been up for 36 hours; about 30 of which have been in airports or planes.
I has been a long day
... for handling wiring and other small details. The teams of people
only glanced our way before returning to their work finishing cars that only
hours before were pieces of aluminum and steel waiting to be pressed. With German
precision, it takes only 18 hours for parts gilding over the tidy factory floor
to roll off the line as a finished product.
... through here checking passports at the first stop, Bad Bentheim....interesting name. I guess they weren't looking for us. They didn't even check mine, and it's probably a good thing. I would've felt guilty about something if I had to tell them my friend that's listed on my train ticket had gotten up to go the bathroom right before they boarded. The German countryside - same same.....but different. I even see deer ...
I have some reservations about Tavistock being twinned with Celle. About 12 miles up the road from the city is the site of Bergen-Belsen, one of the Nazi's most notorious concentration camps.
How on earth could the town's inhabitants not know what was on their doorstep?
Perhaps we will find out tomorrow?
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