Mercure Hotel Walsrode
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11 hours travelling, 500 miles, weather poor and raining last 2 hours New tyres dreadful, sliding all over the place, going to have to change them or we will be off, very dangerous Our new waterproof pannier bags leak!!! Our new tube holder at the rear (£500) fell ...
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 ...
... remembered to dodge the bike riders in the bike lanes as you get on/off the bus. We had a coffee and tea before entering Tivoli. It was a great place for kids as there were heaps of rides. The gardens were beautiful and at night it would really look a picture. I worked out the best bus to catch to the hippie part of town. What an eye opener!! Little stalls with army camouflage around them where you could go in and purchase ...
... arrival. They are both German and we are traveling together from Düsseldorf. You'd better get used to their names, Mel and Yvonne, they should be regulars on here! This time I wasn't asked what I want on my name tag. For walt's sake, I hope they put Gini on it again. Also we have already had to do "Dorms", we are now able to put down one other room mate and put down our preferred choice of Apartment Complex. Together with a ...
... broad and well lit display cases. Artefacts found in archaeological digs are brilliantly placed under foot in bright cavities built into the floor.
Bergen-Belsen was not a Concentration Camp. It opened in 1940 to house French and Belgian prisoners of war, but it greatly expanded in 1941 to receive tens of thousands of Soviet PoWs. The treatment of Soviet PoWs was appalling across Nazi conquered territory. They were to be starved to death, stored in the open air behind barbed ...