Mercure Hotel Walsrode
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... to strap it up huh Our accommodation tonight is a hostel in Hel, it is lovely, nice and clean and spacious, we have our own room with sink, shared bathroom but it's cheap, £35 for 2 nights total Downside full of screaming girls and couldn't get any food or WINE or ...
We left UK on the 2nd June 2014 en route to Hull Docks for our crossing to Zeebrugge. 3rd June,left the port of Zeebrugge for Hannover,heading for Hamburg,pretty boring day,mostly motorway till we left for the tiny village of Holm-Seppensen I d Nordheide,a beautiful quite place set in the middle of the forest. 4th June,Trip into Hamburg,and a look around this old city,red hot 25 degrees. 5th ...
... into the ladies loos at the bus station because Jens wasn't there to give directions lol!! The bus trip was very smooth with a 1.5 hour trip on a large boat. All the Danes were out the back soaking up the sun. Without Jens and Anders to help us we ordered a snack. Don got a meaty roll and all I could recognise as having no meat was the apple pie. It was hard to read the menu. On the bus trip I met a friendly 75yo woman who ...
This is my second try at a blog but this time there are a lot more people who are missing home and missing the magic and I can't skype with everyone, repeating myself constantly. You know the lifestyle, you know that a blog is already stretching it ;) Anyway, I leave in under a week but my program doesn't officially start until June 3rd. Before that I am having a little shopping / beach / general relaxation trip with two lovely ladies ...
... at Bergen-Belsen. Within that number was Anne Frank, who initially survived the death march from Auschwitz, but finally succumbed to weakness and disease just weeks before the end of the war.
There is not only unremitting gloom. We also see plenty of the survivors, rescued in the nick of time and given that precious hope of survival and freedom. There is much joy, but also reflection, relief and regret. These photographs are even more remarkable than the more familiar piles ...