Maritim Grand Hotel Hannover
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We left Berlin today for a small town in central Germany. I found this amazing castle and thought it was worth an overnight stay. It did not disappoint as you can see from the pictures. On the way out of Berlin we stopped at this small museum that was owned by a art gallery ...
... the very friendly waiter with ordering a side of chips with our meal. Anyway once our meal arrived (14 prawns on a skewer) it was delicious. Next we catch a little boat out to the island to explore the castle. It was interesting wandering through the castle grounds and buildings. There is a museum in one section of it which is interesting full of cannon balls, guns and things to kill people with really!! We head back to Arzen and have a little mishap when we're almost ...
... having driven lots in Europe was easy. I forgot how crazy the big motor ways are, and unlike France which has a speed limit of 130km, Germany seems to have an open speed limit on these roads. I didn't do 150kms for long :) We went to our accommodation first, which is the Goldener Engel Hotel in Arzen about 10 kms from Hameln. Here we meet the lovely owner Herman who calls himself the crazy German. When ...
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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... various houses. Engraved and enshrined memories of Jewish Families who lived in these houses who were dragged and dispossessed of their properties to be shot or transported to one of many Concentration camps never to return to the tranquil charm of Celle. Thankfully distracted from the blemishes of brutality, we investigated the Palace, its gardens and the Museum of Modern Art (do we have to Werner..?) and German Medieval ...