Hotel Konigshof Am Funkturm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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We left Berlin today for a small town in central Germany. I found this amazing castle and thought it was worth an overnight stay. It did not disappoint as you can see from the pictures. On the way out of Berlin we stopped at this small museum that was owned by a art gallery ...
We decide to stay in Arzen for another night and explore this area more rather than head north. There is so much to see and do here all within easy driving distance. Herman our host has given us a truck load of brochures and maps and information its hard to know where to start. We head off to our first castle (Burg Schermond) about half an hour away. not sure what was happening with our GPS but we went down lots of winding narrow back roads but found it deep in a ...
... in Germany so full of people. The weather too is much warmer than we thought. The gorgeous cobbled streets and the beautifully maintained gardens full of flowers and lush green grass and trees are incredible. Flowers everywhere in gardens, window boxes, very pretty. Then there's the building, so old and so beautifully maintained, just incredible to wander around. We spend the afternoon just walking the ...
... It was only a short walk into the town so we went for a look around. Celle is quite a 'show town' and has many many half timbered and very decorative buildings. It suffered no bomb damage during the war so everything is original, not copied, as in many German towns and cities.
It was very hot and most of the pavement cafes were ...
... my cousin Lydia and I sighted clothing sales in nearby shops; and all attempts to enculturate us was shattered?! It's 3:15pm, time for the obligatory "Kaffee und Kuchen" - German afternoon tea for the uninitiated! It's must and a delightful tradition! Some more window shopping, a snack of "Currywurst" before we set of home to Schwuelper to rest our weary bones in anticipation of getting Libby from the Hannover Airport in the ...