Travel Blogs from Hannover
... snatcher and rat catcher. Brass rats are embedded in the
pavement and lead you on a dance around the town, past some of the
most beautiful buildings including the Ratcatchers house and town
museum. The most famous part of the town is arguably the animated
bells on the side of the Hochzeithaus. At regular intervals a pair of
large iron doors open and the story is told with rats chasing a
cloaked figure, and then the ...
... of way and to document the experiences, emotions and adventures for weeks to come.
Before I continue with my story, I'd just like to thank everyone that has shown me support and shared my enthusiasm for my upcoming journey.
Well, it's time for bed. I just booked my trip, packed my bags, studied dictionaries, said goodbye to friends and family, packed everything forgotten and at least: I am still super excited!
Hidey Ho I'm going to Hungary!
... an ambition of jumping off the 5 metre diving board. Again James had to work, but we headed out to Hannover in the evening for more gin and 2 foot long pork kebabs - delicious! Hannover impressed in the short time we spent there. Wednesday morning and it was time to go after ruining James' work week with booze and seeing the kids hopefully form a strong friendship for the future. Thanks to all the Backers for a great few ...
We so graciously got 5 days off from school and our internship and already knew we would travel around Germany! We went to Munich, Fussen & Frankfurt all in Germany. And also went to Prague in the Czech Republic! Here are a couple of pictures from all of our ...
I went to the Herrenhauser Gardens on Saturday and we got to see the Great. Garden, Botanical Garden, and the museum. This is where the King is buried from the Castle that we visited on Thursday. We left the gardens to go eat dinner at a restaurant called "Enchilda". I know it seemed like pure perfection with a small tasted of home. They even had buckets of ...
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