Maritim Grand Hotel Hannover
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... are going the wrong direction. So we head the other way and go to an information desk. We are told that we need to walk from 2B were we are, to 2F and then take a shuttle to 2G. okay we walk for about 45 min and get to 2 F to catch the shuttle. It turns out we could have taken a shuttle from 2B to 2F then caught the shuttle from 2F to 2G. at any rate we get to 2G.
We decide to go check in and go through security before eating. The ...
... the 30s through 80s. He knew Picasso and Miro well. The museum is made up almost entirely of Picasso pieces from between the early 1900s to the 50s. It was amazing to see his range. It was surprising to see over 100 of his works in this relatively unknown museum. Enjoy the ...
... nice. We spend about an hour or so exploring the castle grounds and climbing towers. The weather is misty and foggy so we can't see very far which is a shame. Its a gorgeous area. Coffee before we head off. Not many people speak English, but the word "cuppacino" seems to translate everywhere we go. We have coffee in the hotel at the foot of the castle in a very cool room that has viking type chairs and decorations. Off we head further north to another castle that is on ...
... a few shops and just wandering around in awe. We head back for dinner to Arzen where we had a lovely night being entertained by Herman and his wife Renata. The food was magnificent. Herman was the cook. He gave us videos and brochures and so much info on the surrounding area that we think we'll stay here an extra night rather than head north. Went to bed very fulfilled, food, nice red wine and lots of ...
I have some reservations about Tavistock being twinned with Celle. About 12 miles up the road from the city is the site of Bergen-Belsen, one of the Nazi's most notorious concentration camps.
How on earth could the town's inhabitants not know what was on their doorstep?
Perhaps we will find out tomorrow?
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