No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Harmony Hannover
Travel Blogs from Hannover
People are always asking me when I
first trod the boards. “Alex” they say, “When did you first
become a complete show off?” the first time I realsied I like
standing in a room filled with people I dont know and speaking a lot
lines recalled from memory was in primary school back in the late
80's. At that time, we had Maggie in No. 10, Reagan in the White
Around 90% of Hannover were destroyed during WW2 and when I saw some of
the old houses that remained untouched it really broke my heart as I
could only imagine how pretty this city must have once been.
I hope you will enjoy the (rebuilt) remains as much as I did.
... very much the cosy bed with the soft pillow and the nice bed linen.
The breakfast was fantastic, too. You could make yourself waffles, or full English breakfast or tomato mozzarella or you could take honey out of a real honeycomb. :-) How cool is that? And you were also given your own newspaper in the morning.
Well we were greeted with thunderstorms on our last morning in Denmark, and had a very soggy pack up at Western Camp, as the hairy bikers trundled out in their motor trikes and caravans. After a treacherous and somewhat longer than it should have been journey to the port, we boarded the ferry to Puttgarden to begin the German leg of the tour. The rest of the day was spent on a somewhat hideous run to Dollenburg, avoiding ...
... modern high rise buildings and a really healthy shopping life. During the last days of the war, the Allies - us and the Yanks carpet bombed the city and destroyed much of it. Now, happily it has been rebuilt and many of the older civic buildings have been restored. The Rathaus is huge and impressive. In the main entrance hall are four models of the town through the ages - in its medieval heyday, in 1939, in ruins after 1945, and lastly as it looks today. The city perhaps owes ...