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... ever steals them?! The playgrounds are just divine- especially in Autumn. All the equipment is wooden and blends in perfectly into the surrounds oak trees. Not like in Australia where everything is bright colours and plastic.
The boys loved the soccer- especially because Hannover won. We enjoyed a lovely dinner of spaghetti bolognese, had a bit of a chat and then went back to our hotel.
It was a lovely day spent with our German ...
... you can imagine with all these German made cars- they drive so so fast!). Wolfsburg is a city with the biggest car production plant in the world in it (VW) which pretty much takes up the whole city! We went through the museum and the kids played in the very cool, modern playground. They then got their VW driver's license after learning driving instructions (they translated into English for them) and then had to drive the VW electric cars on the mini roads there. The ...
... were still buzzing with excitement. QATAR airways had special meals and Sponge Bob square pants activity packs for the kids. We were also very happy to be travelling with Ben. We had a smooth first leg (apart Rafa being sick twice) which was 14 and a half hours with minimal sleep from all the excitement. We did our transfer at Doha airport (which was just beautiful) and then went off to Berlin. 7 hours later we arrived, got our luggage and caught a bus ...
What a great region this Harz region is! I have fallen in love with Germany! All this time it was right next door but it took me 40 years to really discover it. (After already being in love with Berlin but that cannot be compared.)
I'd highly recommend this region, and Quedlinburg, the hikes and the DDR Museum to anyone, young or old (even though most visitors to this region are old, or young couples with kids).
... from Quedlinburg) and then hiked on the top of the ridge for about 3-4 km on that Teufelsmauer. A bit taxing for my knee in parts but I just took it slowly, and a little bit scary in some parts with deep drops right next to the stone or mud paths. But that also gave it an extra thrill.
What I also liked it was quite varied in scenery and paths. Very impressive.