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... and Michael knows how to order us food, say hi to girls, and basically get us by. I'm getting the basics down, but still have a long way to go in order to feel comfortable speaking out here. It's amazing to me how efficient everything is here. If you want to get a cart at the grocery store you have to put a 1 euro coin into a slot and the cart will release, you get your dollar back once you return the cart. I think people in ...
... for a couple of hours then they took us into town. They showed us around the sights and took us out for dinner. Vicky wanted us to stay the night but our bikes were tied up at the train station. What a wonderful visit.
Hannover is very pretty with lots of green spaces. We will have to come back to see more of the sights and visit our family again one day. ...
Dave got up earlier in the morning than Ann and Melody, that is normal. the plan for today is to rent a car, go shopping and relax; no real sight seeing. First thing in the morning with Benta's help Dave rented a car on line from Europcar. We will be picking it up at the train station at five this evening.
After a leisurely breakfast and morning we went by train to Hanover. The plan is to shop ...
... restaurant at the gallery. the food was very good. they even had menus in English and the waiters spoke English so there were no problems.
After lunch we wen to the Rathause; Castle-like city hall with vast dome accessed via a lift, with mountain & city views. The view from the top was nice and we were able to take an elevator to the top rather than walk up stairs. The elevator did not ...
... The building of the Gothic church, in the Basilica style and Romanesque west work, was begun at the end of the fourteenth century, the choir in 1389, the northern nave in 1404, and the tower in 1503. By 1504, the nave with its side altars was finished and all that remained to be completed was the tower. The organ has 63 registers and 4734 pipes, which fill the church with an unusually loud volume of sound. ...