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All week we have talked about visiting the Medieval wonder of the 11th Century called "Celle" a retreat town for Royalty in the 12th Century. Some 50kilometres away, Celle was a major base for the English and some American Armed Forces who became attached to the charm and architectural wonders of this northern city. No doubt the many boutiques emerged as a result of the English Pound and the American dollar that flowed so freely ...
... brother, 1927) only 1-2 km away from the Daniel’s. They followed us in their Mercedes to the restaurant attached to the Indoor Tennis club. At 87 Hans is very alert inspite of his hearing deteriorating in the right ear.
I am immediately overwhelmed by the family likeness in his movements, vocal timbre and recollection of stories and events that bind us together. The impatience with having to depend on a walking stick – ...
08:15 Meet in hotel lobby
08:20 Depart from Novotel
09:15 Welcome at EuroBlech
09:45 Tour TRUMPF EuroBlech stand
13:15 Visit EuroBlech at your own leisure
17:00 Transfer to hotels
18:15 Drive to dinner from Novotel
19:00 Dinner at Landhaus Artischocke ...
... climb the church tower (280 steps) which gave great views over the town and surrounding land. (In Amsterdam you pay €7.50 to climb the Westerkerk church tower!)
All in all a pleasant, picturesque town, with affordable cafes and parking and friendly people, though most visitors were a bit old. Made me feel so young!
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 ...