Hotel Heidekoenig Celle

Bremer Weg 132A, Celle, Lower Saxony, 29223, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Celle

End of Germany

A travel blog entry by bmenke

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... was but from the what I saw it looked like very solid ruins from an old church.

We had a relaxing day walking the city. There is nothing big and touristy, but I wanted to see the city of my ancestors. It was quite lovely. We spent a little time at a bar hanging out with people from our hostel talking about our respective homelands just learning. It was a good time.
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Coming Home.

A travel blog entry by vinceandmonica

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A last video of candid moments from the last 15 months…what an adventure it has been!

We are counting down the days until November 24 and our arrival in Pella. We have thoroughly embraced our time here in Germany, but we are anxious to be "home for the holidays" and to see our sons, our friends and family. Auf Wiedersehen! ...

Hanover and surrounding areas we visited

A travel blog entry by dgart

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... Lonau and stopped at the Kaiser Pfalz. The city of Glosar and castle were amazing.


Once in Lonau, we had a marvelous dinner with Bernd and his extended family, including his aunt and uncle.

Our breakfasts were always beautifully presented -- we were never hungry.


The hike in the National park Harz - was great. ...

Tank Museum

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel

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... a flashlight and phones. We got really silly, scared each other, and laughed all the way to the store. Got our snacks, saw an elderly couple, dressed in formal wear, having dinner at Burger King. Very sweet. Started the walk back, and saw two guys lurking on the sidewalk. I asked Jim if we wet about to be murdered, he said it was probably just a drug deal! I felt so much better. We made it back to our room and are snuggled in for the ...

An Unforgettable Day

A travel blog entry by britanne

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... a prison. The museum was divided into three parts: The Wehrmacht POW Camps (1939-1945), The Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp (1943-1945), and Displaced Persons Camp (1945-1950). You always hear about Bergen-Belsen the concentration camp for Jews, but you forgot it was a POW camp for mainly the Russians way before it ever became a concentration camp. Most of the prisoners had to dig their own huts in the ground with spoons in order to get some shelter. After ...

Location

This hotel, located on Bremer Weg 132A, Celle, is near Herzog Palace (Herzogschloss), Bomann Museum, and Golf Club Herzogstadt Celle e.V..
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