Hotel Leisewitz' Garten

Address: Wittinger Str. 56, Celle, Lower Saxony, 29223, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Wittinger Str. 56, Celle, is near Herzog Palace (Herzogschloss), Bomann Museum, and Golf Club Herzogstadt Celle e.V..
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    Travel Blogs from Celle

    Hometown Twin

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on May 05, 2015

    7 photos

    ... exchanges' with young people from Celle when we were teenagers but I never did.

    We found the MH Aire without too much trouble. It is situated in the huge lorry part of an enormous car park, on the banks of the R Aller, and is free to overnight. There is a machine for water and pump out. There were a lot of other MH's there but no ...

    From Schwulper to Tostedt!

    A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 17, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... She was smiling and laughing all night. It was a real joy to see her again. What an absolutely lovely home we are staying in here. Miriam is a talented decorator who loves to change things about regularly. They have recently broken through a wall upstairs and made another living/bedroom, which they have given for us to use. It is simply stunning! All of Henry's relatives have been so hospitable. We are truly ...

    The Lord's Day in Schoerningen

    A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 16, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... originally dividing East and West Germany is still standing. It is quite confronting when you see it in reality. Even the windows of the people in the East had to be bricked up if they faced the west! And then, we were driven to meet with extended family in Schwulper. We had a wonderful lunch - German style with the obligatory schnitzel etc. etc. Attending this celebration was Uncle Hans (Opa's brother) and his wife Hannelore, Lydia (cousin) and Werner ...

    Breathtaking Celle a Medieval Dreamtown

    A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 14, 2014

    22 photos

    ... bored wives and families of the Allied Occupation forces? Once into the Town Centre and the architecture and narrow cobbled streets whisk the visitor away into another era and the intimidation of German / Prussian Royalty that held sway from the 11th Century forward until the 1800's. Snapped into the moments of real horror that contaminated even the painful terror of World War Two were the Brass inlays into the Cobblestones in ...

    Downtown Braunschweig

    A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 13, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Werner emerged to fondle, play and become totally engaged with his granddaughter until the Inlaws returned home having picked up the Father of Christine – Heinz-Joachim, finally a namesake of my name that had the unique distinction of being hyphenated?!

    We returned home by 8pm, had some toasted bread with smoked ham, Salami made from Turkey and Earl grey Tea. After discussing tomorrow’s plans we retreated to our bedrooms ...