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After 20 hours of planes, trains, and automobiles, we have arrived safely at our destination and can once again sleep in a horizontal position. We couldn't figure out how to use the GPS system in the Mercedes Benz rental! So grateful we had the iPad to come to the rescue. We are staying at the edge of a lake, and had dinner al fresco. I think it might we might call it gyros German style, with red cabbage and French ...
... and coffee.
Trying not to drool over the delicious looking cakes, cheescakes and slices, crossed the road to Berggarten, the botannical gardens. Berggarten began life as a vegetable garden, became a mulberry plantation for silk worms (didn't prosper) before, under the direction of Sophia, becomming a botannical garden.
Couldn't believe the number of plants I recognised thriving. Into ...
From Hameln onto the B roads via Bad Munder and Gehrden towards Hanover. Harvesting of the corn crops and sugar beet is in full swing. Harvesters changing fields are common, with car drivers demonstrating remarkable patience till there's an opportunity to pass.
Into Laatzen, to stay with Nadine and Frank and their two sons, Leo and Kian. Nadine is the daughter of old friends, Pat and Eckard. Nadine ...
... The property was very big with stables for the horse and lots of grass and a huge walnut tree in the front yard. The first thing we had to eat was a wedding soup then we had lots of delicious food like pork ribs baked ham and lots of salads. Then best of all was the cakes including double chocolate cake, raspberry cream cake ...
Around 90% of Hannover were destroyed during WW2 and when I saw some of
the old houses that remained untouched it really broke my heart as I
could only imagine how pretty this city must have once been.
I hope you will enjoy the (rebuilt) remains as much as I did.