Hotel Dietrich Bonhoeffer Haus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... I'm pretty glad we decided to take our time this morning and not rush ourselves to get to the documentation center at it's scheduled opening time of 9 AM. Typically we try to be places right when they open so we don't waste precious daylight, plus we're getting a little pooped out so we decided to slow roll it. Conveniently, because it was the day after Christmas, it didn't open until 10! We just happened to arrive about two minutes until 10. Win for us! The slow roll paid ...
... a wonderful few days exploring the North Eastern part of England, the time finally came to say goodbye to Denny and Candy and make our way to the tube station to meet my parents. This was an incredibly bittersweet time for Bree and I because while we were excited to continue on with our travels and meet up with my parents, it was hard to say goodbye after such a wonderful time with her parents. From our trip through Portugal and Spain to the wedding weekend and our ...
... made Germany difficult. We got on the subway to what we thought was our destination. Turned out Google maps was wrong and there was no campsite in the middle of a city area. Go figure. We learned a lesson. That's all that mattered. We were frustrated, cold and tired. We sat down at a closed Starbucks outdoor area to steal some wifi. Both searching and coming up with little to nothing for the night. Dan offers: "there's a campsite a forty minute walk away." "FORTY MINUTES?!?!" ...
... walk to our hotel. The walk wasnt't that far but it was boiling hot - 30 degrees C, so very pleased to find the hotel. We have studio rooms that have a small kitchen area. Very modern and clean rooms. Really pleased I found the Adagio Aparthotel. Very helpful staff too.
After a short break to unpack we were out exploring.
First stop, via U and ...
... old architecture. Not having much time we chose to visit the magnificent Lutheran church of Marktkerk. Hailing from the 12th Century when it reported to Rome, it is simple but striking inside. New roof and most of the stained glass windows did not survive the bombs but still well worth the visit. Next, and against Peter's better judgement, we visited the local Rathaus (Town Hall). After all, one Town Hall is very much like the next. Anyway we turned a corner and then occurred ...