Hotel Haus Elmer
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Finally, on board the ICE first class I have come to peace in order to write the experience before I sit back to have a German coffee and some 'kuchen’ I bought in Essen HBf!!
Shock, horror!! The Train is going to arrive in Hannover 6 minutes late and my schedule says I have 5 minutes to find the departure platform for the Regional Train to Braunschweig. Two minutes before the arrival the Train supervisor announces that my next train will ...
With Norbert and Brunhild returning to their normal routine as teachers at nearby schools, I am left to explore downtown Gladbeck by bicycle! What fun! It was de ja vu riding around the town like a young boy again.
Exhausted, I sat down at the nearest Eis Cafe and ordered a large Eis-Becher (Ice cream sundae) and watched the ...
Norbert took me on a nostalgic tour of my early childhood to the age of 11, visiting the town centre, the primary schools that I had attended and 57 Duererstrasse - my former home!
Another highlight in the afternoon was visiting my Mother's youngest brother Arnold in Wuelfenrath which was about an hour and a half's drive away via the autoban. We picked up Auntie Mia on the way, the widow of my Mother's other brother - ...
After almost missing my train from Herzogenrath to Gladbeck, I was relieved to experience a Regional train which is generally far more crowded with local commuters. It was a joy to be reunited with my cousin Brunhild (from my Mother's side) in the nigh darkness.
Norbert and Brunhild welcomed me to their home and we made plans for the following ...
... for my language skills as I hadn’t kept up my German lately. But I was more than holding my own in conversation and was quietly pleased with myself. Or at least I was until my friends Patrick and Brian arrived. They work as translators in Berlin and once they got talking to my new German chums, I was playing catch up.
Drink was shared (bottles bought at the newsagent for €1.45 rather than the €4.00 for a plastic ...