Giltjes Hotel

Address: Hohe Wende 14, Celle, Lower Saxony, 29223, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Hohe Wende 14, Celle, is near Herzog Palace (Herzogschloss), Bomann Museum, and Golf Club Herzogstadt Celle e.V..
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Travel Blogs from Celle

From Schwulper to Tostedt!

A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 17, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... Roland and his wife Ursula, Ingolf and Siegrid, together with Miriam's son Nico, Miriam and Martin. All of these men, except 23 year old Nico are Pastors!! So, you can just imagine the conversations, the stories and the joy! For the first time I ate 'pizza soup' and because I will bring home the recipe, so now all my friends will be able to try it too :) It was delicious!! Auntie Paula thought Henry was exactly like her ...

The Lord's Day in Schoerningen

A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 16, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... originally dividing East and West Germany is still standing. It is quite confronting when you see it in reality. Even the windows of the people in the East had to be bricked up if they faced the west! And then, we were driven to meet with extended family in Schwulper. We had a wonderful lunch - German style with the obligatory schnitzel etc. etc. Attending this celebration was Uncle Hans (Opa's brother) and his wife Hannelore, Lydia (cousin) and Werner ...

Breathtaking Celle a Medieval Dreamtown

A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 14, 2014

22 photos

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 ...

Downtown Braunschweig

A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 13, 2014

10 photos

... and cultural power and prowess in the 11th Century. The city is divided into four sections and each of the sections has its own Cathedrals. All Protestant and only one Catholic Cathedral, a sure sign that this is North Germany and close to the epicenter of Luther’s home territory and the homeland of the Reformation.

Enchanted by the pride and power of yesteryear and the belief that these were immortalized in the architecture ...

Hello to Braunschweig - my Birthplace

A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 12, 2014

11 photos

... of my father’s early years and childhood in Beschka and how Hans was posted with my Grandparents in Beschka waiting the threatening advance of Communist forces and how they fled by train to Austria and then to Hans’ brother Heinrich in Braunschweig; followed by episodes of my own childhood in Braunschweig were retold.

We parted in the expectation of meeting again on Sunday for a family reunion lunch at which Libby will also be ...