Hotel Celler Hof
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... so lazy that most would rather forget about the dollar than actually walk back to put their cart in the right place. You also have to bring your own bags to the store or buy them there which is great. They don't like to be wasteful of anything here. Everyone recycles: bottles, cans, paper, cardboard, etc. It all has it's place and it's frowned upon if you don't obey the rules they have for it. You also get 25 cents per bottle ...
We stopped on the outskirts of Hannover for a quick visit with Pete's second cousins Herbert and Vicky. Peter hadn't seen them since he was a kid. We thought we would just stay for a cuppa then go see the city. How wrong we were. I should have known better seeing as they are part of the Haggis family. We were welcomed in so warmly and felt right at home. ...
This is a Grimm story, except it isn't!
We left Reken and Adam with everybody in tears not knowing when we might see one another again. It was on the motorway and quickly out of Belgium into the Netherlands and a northward direction.
The Dutch do flat really well, but as a geographical feature it soon wears a bit thin. Soon we turned right into Germany and the great network of autobahn, sometimes restricted to ...
... have to pull up a lever on the gear shift in order to get reverse, Dave finally figured it out before he drove off the seventh story of the park aid.
Once we got on the road it all came back and the driving was smooth and controlled. Benta made Pheasant for supper so we had a late supper talked again and tried to go to bed earlier as we want to leave by 8 tomorrow. Another good day in Germany
... The town hall with a viewing dome.
Arriving at Hanover we parked by a lake called the Maschsee that was hand dug under a program to stop unemployment by Hitler's government. It is about 3 km long and .5 km wide. it was quite a feat to hand dig this amazing lake; but by its completion 1,650 people had been involved to excavate roughly 780,000 square meters of earth to create the lake ...