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

      From Schwulper to Tostedt!

      A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 17, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      What a glorious morning we awoke to in Schwulper. Blue sky, and brilliant sunshine - apparently an extraordinary November day! I do believe that we have been blessed all along the way on this amazing trip. After a lazy morning having brunch with Werner and Lydia and packing again, we set off for Tostedt via rail from Braunschweig to Hanover to Hamburg. Expected arrival is @ 4:42 - and the trains DO run on time. We have ...

      The Lord's Day in Schoerningen

      A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 16, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... cousin), Bernie (cousin) and Katerina Betschel and their children Nico Betschel and Marlene It was another time for story telling, German translating, laughing and joking. Again, some people talked of coming to Australia!! We will wait and see :) Then it was that we were taken back to Lydia's place to eat some more specialties and stay for the night. Once again we enjoyed great hospitality, with Lydia and Werner simply falling over themselves to treat us to the best ...

      Breathtaking Celle a Medieval Dreamtown

      A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 14, 2014

      22 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Downtown Braunschweig

      A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 13, 2014

      10 photos

      ... to suggest that the spectacular Schloss seemed to contain a very classy and tastefully designed Shopping Mall.

      Thankfully Werner also needed to have some photos developed in the Mall – who does that anymore? Someone who enjoys taking black and white photos! Go figure.

      Venturing into the 'Old City Sector’ I am over whelmed by the Gothic, Neo-gothic and other period Buildings of significance that made Braunschweig a city ...

      Hello to Braunschweig - my Birthplace

      A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 12, 2014

      11 photos

      ... brother, 1927) only 1-2 km away from the Daniel’s. They followed us in their Mercedes to the restaurant attached to the Indoor Tennis club. At 87 Hans is very alert inspite of his hearing deteriorating in the right ear.

      I am immediately overwhelmed by the family likeness in his movements, vocal timbre and recollection of stories and events that bind us together. The impatience with having to depend on a walking stick – ...