Hotel Landhaus Wachtelhof
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... then back to the Theatro Cafe for a Vanilla Chai Latte and free Wifi. This cafe is next to the Bremen Theatre. Back to the Hansa Touristik Office at 6pm and off to the Schnoor Alt Stadt with Horst for dinner at the Becks im Schnoor restaurant. Home on the strassesbahn and an evening drinking Santorini white ...
A lazy morning. Had breakfast with Horst, did some washing and trip planning. It is a rainy day and only 17 degrees. We walked the 3km to Horst's Office then off to lunch at La Bottega Italiana. Spoke with the owner Rudolfo about the photos on his wall. The favourite of Ron's is an Italian actress, Liana Orfei, who was a famous dominatrix and known for starring in Hercules movies and being a circus tiger tamer in the movies. After lunch we walked around ...
... flavour to the milk. We walked about 10kms on this track. Next we drove about 30 minutes to Tietjens Hütte and started another 10km walk to Melchers Hütte and back. Both of these walks followed the River Hamme. We returned to Tietjens Hütte about 5.30pm. Horst had booked a table for dinner (we got the last table). Time for a Haake Beck Pils beer and dinner. We all had the Nord See ...
... for it to pass. We drove to Teufelsmoor and Günnesmoor and walked for two hours in the nature reserve. A beautiful walk along the channel and walking path created in the swamp lands in 2012. The reserve is a haven for birds and in particular ducks. Next we drove to the Schleuse Restaurant for Kräusen beer and an early dinner. ...
... determine to photograph in the morning.
On Friday the day starts with rain, so we wait until it subsides before stepping out to explore. We manage a decent tour of the town, including a photo of its crooked ‘gate’ (Holstentor) whose towers lean towards each other, as well as visiting some of the other medieval merchants’ homes and spired churches which form the city’s so-called ‘crown.’ We are just done sightseeing for the day when the ...