Hotel Deutsche Eiche
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... privately financed park in all of Germany. We walk through paths throughout the park and we even saw a DEER! The park is filled with old trees, spacious lawns, watercourses, fountains and lakes. It was very romantic. We come up to Lake Emmasee and find our Ruderboots (rowboats) we wanted to rent! They were old school wooden boats that looked idyllic in the water. The shallow river system goes in a 3 mile circle around the park. We ...
... It is famous for its unusual architecture. This street put is right along the Weser River. There was a lot of commotion going on so we decide to check it out. There were a lot of food booths and music playing so I'm assuming it was some fair. We walk along the river and come upon a row of Biergardens. Yes! We stop at Feldmann's Biergarden and grab a brew. After that we keep exploring. We come across Schnoor street. ...
... we met and then came back...not a lot to be said for this area except the Port and Shipping Canal was something to see but being on the A1, stopping to take pictures of massive container ships being load or unloaded as well as sailing under very high bridges may not the be the local Polizie's idea of sight seeing!
... of their events management class, where they experienced the Farmer Party, whilst I stayed at the flat and took some much needed rest.
On the Sunday we went out to see the Christmas Markets, enjoy more Glühwein, before heading off for cake at Susan's place, whilst on my final day I took a day to see the city by myself whilst everyone else had class. I then rejoined them all one last time before I headed back off to the ...
... chap with the Ducati tells me his old machine is extremely uneconomic
and will only do about 100 miles p/tank and so he has to stop every 90 miles or
While heading down this m/way i could not help noticing just how many bikes
were travelling north in the opposite direction. They were coming in groups and
by the dozen and I must have passed thousands of them.
As I get closer to Hamburg the traffic is becoming a nightmare and is