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... or were carefully and lovingly restored
afterwards. Hamelin was one of the British Army's centres of
operations and the home of the Royal Engineers. In case of a
Communist attack, they were tasked with building a bridge over the
Weser. Brilliant! The Russians invade and we run away... seriously!
That was the plan! The town is a big tourist attraction and makes a
great deal of the fact that its most famous historical figure was ...
Around 90% of Hannover were destroyed during WW2 and when I saw some of
the old houses that remained untouched it really broke my heart as I
could only imagine how pretty this city must have once been.
I hope you will enjoy the (rebuilt) remains as much as I did.
... very much the cosy bed with the soft pillow and the nice bed linen.
The breakfast was fantastic, too. You could make yourself waffles, or full English breakfast or tomato mozzarella or you could take honey out of a real honeycomb. :-) How cool is that? And you were also given your own newspaper in the morning.
... an ambition of jumping off the 5 metre diving board. Again James had to work, but we headed out to Hannover in the evening for more gin and 2 foot long pork kebabs - delicious! Hannover impressed in the short time we spent there. Wednesday morning and it was time to go after ruining James' work week with booze and seeing the kids hopefully form a strong friendship for the future. Thanks to all the Backers for a great few ...
... the grandeur of Rome or the historical significance of Berlin. It was a mediaeval walled town that had a good few guilds, a lively religious scene and plodded its way through most of the last millennium. Eventually an opera house was built, a few large churches and even a synagogue. Of course, being the kings of England, gave the Hanoverians a certain amount of cache denied to other German states. They could afford to take a fairly haughty stance with regard to the affairs of ...