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... was but from the what I saw it looked like very solid ruins from an old church.
We had a relaxing day walking the city. There is nothing big and touristy, but I wanted to see the city of my ancestors. It was quite lovely. We spent a little time at a bar hanging out with people from our hostel talking about our respective homelands just learning. It was a good time.
You can see that we arrived in Hannover quite safely to our German host home of Gabi and Hasi pictured on the right of Donna and Bernd (our Fruita friends). Of course we enjoyed a cold Koenig's Pilsener
A visit to downtown Hannover to enjoy dessert first at Hasi's favorite Gelato shop.
Old Hannover area...the churches ...
... of buildings, which make it that much more real. The overall camp grounds weren't big at all (200 yards long) and I'm seeing it with no buildings. The place would have been tiny when you put the huts and people in there. When we walked back to the front of the site, there were a lot more mass graves around around the memorial. These were much bigger than the first one we saw. These must have been the graves where they were having to put a thousand people in ...
Originally we were going to go see the Bergen-Belsen POW & Concentration Camp. However, we found out the bus doesn't run on Sundays and all the car rental places are closed on Sunday. Therefore, we headed into town to see if anything is going on and to just hang out. Well, since it's Sunday and some countries still believe in a family/rest days, most everything was closed. In other words, there is nothing to do. We did find a cafe that was open, so we got coffee and cake. The cakes ...
... site with court pharmacy (1530) where a horse-shoe is embedded in the pavement dated 1471 in the stone above the shoe. Then we went to the LichtArtCelle Talking Lamps. They are lamps that tell fascinating and amusing tales. I don't know how fascinating or amusing they were because the the tales were in German. The last of the "must see" sites of Celle is the glockenspiel, which don't come on until 5pm. So, we have a couple hours and we've toured the town within about ...
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