Hotel Pension Allerhof

Lindenallee 4, Frankenfeld, Lower Saxony, 27336, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Lindenallee 4, Frankenfeld.
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Travel Blogs from Frankenfeld

Royal Gardens & Firework Show

A travel blog entry by clairemtown on May 31, 2014

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... we finished dinner we went back to the Gardens for an annual firework competition. Throughout the year five countries will compete in this international firework competition to see who is the best. Last night England performed their show and it seemed fitting since all over town there are signs saying "it's the year of the British"! Hope you enjoy the ...

Making Walt proud again

A travel blog entry by ginisbottle on May 22, 2014

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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 ...

"This abuse completes their work of hatred"

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 09, 2014

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... Germany. Camps thus became hopelessly overcrowded, and in the increasingly squalid conditions, rampant epidemics of disease broke out and death surely followed. Conditions were particularly bad in Bergen-Belsen as many tens of thousands struggled to survive in the face of an unstoppable typhus epidemic. The death toll here was over fifty thousand, entirely overwhelming the camp authorities who were already reeling from military defeat and the chaotic collapse of a regime. This is ...

New friends and a walk in the woods

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 09, 2014

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They took ages coming to find me this morning but it seems Ed had a headache and they were busy "blogging",whatever that is.
We went on quite a short journey to a camp called Bergen Belsen. Just before we reached it we passed a large British Army base. It was the British that first arrived to free the prisoners at the end of the war. They burned it all down ...

Upon this blasted hillside

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 08, 2014

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... disappear from view. Now, it seems less harsh than the rest of the camp, and the encroaching forest is green and pleasant. It also lacks the crowds elsewhere, so is a peaceful and reflective spot: a fitting memorial. However, back in 1945, it was far from serene.
Upon liberation, the sights of the Little Camp were amongst the most shocking, and have since provided some of the most iconic images of the KZ system, often wrongly attributed to Auschwitz. The barrack blocks ...