Derag Livinghotel Koenigin Luise
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After a long train ride yesterday I wasn't able to get a blog post out, so here it is! Yesterday was actually a fairly simple day. It was the day we left Nürnberg for Berlin, but first we wanted to see one last important site.
We woke up around eight and leisurely packed our bags, grabbed a small breakfast of croissants and hot chocolate in the lobby, and made our way with our bags to the main train station. One of the neat things about the larger train stations in Europe ...
... for dinner, we decided to get out of the rain. Lucky for us our hotel had a great little lounge/bar where we sat next to the world’s smallest fireplace and enjoyed a cocktail before a very nice meal in the restaurant.
The next morning we began our final day with Bree’s parents, charting a course through some additional small towns on our way to London. Along the way we drove through and stopped briefly at Cambridge University which was really neat ...
... of the bus and asked for three. The rest of the bus saw him come back with the cold beers in hand and then it was on. Everyone wanted some. And Dan turned into a toddler. Those all were HIS beers and he was not about the share. Three more trips to the front and magically there were no more beers available. One girl even walked past and said "no more beers. You drank them all" I could have died of pure embarrassment. We had a few minute stop at a gas station and we wanted out ...
... musician, also escaped. There are numerous others who escaped before Hitler took office.
We saw some of the churches of Berlin, Germany, and they are beautiful!! There are Lutherans, Catholic, Islamic, and Jewish religions in Berlin now. These religions were not allowed during WWII.
We visited the Holocaust Memorial Site in Berlin, Germany. It looks like numerous graves ...
... out that Sunday afternoons are not for shopping. All the stores we came across were closed.
Our visit to Hanover did not start auspiciously. Every parking area we came to that was 'for wohnmobil' was closed, and we mean closed. Gates locked and nobody in sight. Eventually to calm our nerves we decided to go to Aldi in the neighbouring town of Laatzen (about 25 km away). While shopping we remembered they only take cash so Peter had to hoof it down to the local ...