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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... Peterswerder, Pauliner Marsh, past the Weser Stadion and along the River Weser. We saw the different styles of Bremen houses and the classic Mozartstraße and the 1970s 'highway to hell' Ostertor (Kings Cross type area). We also did a bit of shopping in the morning and met Horst for lunch at 1pm. We went to a Chinese Restaurant for a buffet meal. After the walk we went to the Theatro Cafe for coffee then back to Horst's Office at 6pm and home for dinner and more wine ...
Getting up at 3:00 am is not nice, but the highway to the airport was empty. Checking in with Air Berlin was a new experience, but not quite positively. All information that we had keyed in for the online check in was irrelevant, we had to give them the complete information again. Arriving in Düsseldorf was no problem, up in the air and back down again. We had a 2.5 hour layover so we were able to fill our stomachs with a decent breakfast. Air Berlin had another check ...
In the morning I realise, again, that a couple of trees can provide enough camouflage so that most people won't see you but dogs will know. I wake to a loud, barking dog at my tent. No problem, I'm ready for a long day of walking. I'm hoping to make it to Buchholz in der Nordheide which is quite a walk. I thought I was sleeping close to the B73 but it turns out that I was close to the L40. It doesn't matter, I catch up with the B73 fast enough. This is what I like about navigating ...
Yes! As you can probably guess from the title of today's article, I've got myself a gas cooker. But, there's a story to it. I wake up to the sound of rain poring down on my tent. Ugh, not today. I'm only an hour out from Buxtehude, and I really want to visit this city today. At 11am it stops raining and I pack up my tent. I'm in the centre at about 1pm. Again, it's a nice little city. There are two things that ...
It's dry as I wake up. I break up camp quite early and start heading for Harsefeld which is on the route I'm taking to Buxtehude. I feel very energetic today. It's about 20 kilometre to Harsefeld and I've got more than enough energy to go on to Buxtehude. There's a problem though; the pain in my right heel is so bad that I'm actually thinking about taking the train to Buxtehude. Can you imagine? ...