Hotel Celler Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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So today we had a lovely day in Braunschweig- after our big German breakfast in the hotel again we set off for some touristy sight seeing in Braunschweig. The city centre is just beautiful- and old. In Hitler's days it was known as the cultural centre of Germany and visited by him. It is also known as Brunswick. We visited the Dome- a church built in 1250, and the Schloss- a castle which was bombed in World War II, rebuilt and made into an ultra ...
When we woke up we enjoyed a traditional German breakfast of breads, cold meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and different spreads (including lots of nutella) at the hotel. It was delicious and refreshing to be eating vegetables and meat for breakfast. Then we went exploring a bit at the local shopping centre..... it is interesting just looking at the different products on the shelf. The one thing about Germany that we have noticed is that most things are cheap compared to Oz ...
... 5 carry on rollers, 2 back packs and 2 smaller bags). But we have a system and it works mostly.
After picking up our hire car we tried to find out hotel..... in a European car (VW of course), driving on the wrong side of the road with everyone tired- not easy! And on top of that roadworks outside the hotel which meant we had to try and find the car park through other roads- a journey that should have taken 10 minutes took for than half an ...
08:15 Meet in hotel lobby
08:20 Depart from Novotel
09:15 Welcome at EuroBlech
09:45 Tour TRUMPF EuroBlech stand
13:15 Visit EuroBlech at your own leisure
17:00 Transfer to hotels
18:15 Drive to dinner from Novotel
19:00 Dinner at Landhaus Artischocke ...
... and coffee.
Trying not to drool over the delicious looking cakes, cheescakes and slices, crossed the road to Berggarten, the botannical gardens. Berggarten began life as a vegetable garden, became a mulberry plantation for silk worms (didn't prosper) before, under the direction of Sophia, becomming a botannical garden.
Couldn't believe the number of plants I recognised thriving. Into ...