Hampshire Hotel - Ahaus
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of schnitzel you would like. I really enjoyed Schnitzelburg, so much in fact that after polishing off my schnitzel I helped the girls to finish off theirs. I'm not sure if it is the schnitzel, or if it is the sausage (from the pig), or if it is the beer but I seem to have picked up a slight ailment since we have been in Germany, I believe it is known as German Gut. We may have to do some strenuous bike rides on the flatlands of the Netherlands to help me get over this ...
... at The Berghain - one of the most prestigious clubs in the world. Being famous for allowing two out of ten people in for no apparent reason meant that we didn't feel so bad when we were turned down ourselves. It was already 4am and light so we went home and slept for a long, long time. Saturday afternoon was spent visiting the Topography of Terrors (a museum dedicated to the holocaust which I would only recommend going to if you can handle very graphic and depressing photos ...
The bus got stopped at 2am for passport control! These Europeans are so serious! This is Mila taking over Lerato's blog because I need to stress how dramatic this is. She's too simple and to-the-point. Lights switched on at 2:15 AM but that's cool because I'm not getting any sleep in my 3cmX3cm seat space and Lerato's head on me. 1 lady and 1 policeman walk in and say passports and people were scared. Like even I was and I know I'm eu ...
... We told him that and they told us that Dad reminded them of a pastor that came there in the 1990s! What a small, small world. More relatives came in and out throughout the day, and we just feel so fortunate to have met these wonderful friends and family. We hope they come visit us in the USA. We trekked to Arnhem to visit the John Frost bridge, where the Battle of Arnhem was held and Operation Market Garden. What a history ...
... the reformed Church and we discovered it was attended by my great, great grandfather! We went to the tourism office across the street, and bought postcards and received more information on Uelsen. The tourism office did not have a lot of postcards, so she told us to go to the gift shop across the street, Mine. We went to Mine, and my dad asked the owner if she knew any Masselinks. She said her cousin was a Masselink. Dad showed her the research he had on ...