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... Piper of Hamelin has
As we were in the area, we had to pay a
visit and so from Hannover, we boarded the train for the short
journey to Hameln. It is a small mediaeval town that largely survived
the war intact. We did find the remains of a bombed out church, and
the remains of a rusty iron bridge that spanned the Weser, but
otherwise, most of the older buildings in the town have either been
spared the worst of ...
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.
... Mache lake to visit the festival and drink gin, while James and I looked after the kids and drank gin. Tuesday started with a soggy parade up to the village shop for bread, before a group outing in the van to BadeLand in Wolfsburg. It wasn't a great day for Deb as she nearly had heart failure twice, the first time as we were pulled over by the German constabulary looking for Polish or Romanian smugglers, and the second as ...
... 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 ...