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Dagen i dag startet med revelje ombord i ms Stavangerfjord kl. 0730. Litt forsinkelse for å komme i land pga en bil som hadde satt seg fast. Nesten en time forsinket fra Hirtshals. To stopp under veis, men var innsjekket på hotellet kl. 1700 her i Bispingen-Behringen. Vi besøkte pansermuseet i Munster som ligger bare 17 km. herfra. Veldig flott ...
... to fall. Then the heavens opened... Talk about timing! It only lasted for 20 minutes and instead of clearing the air, made everything really humid. So guitar and blog / kindle which was nice as it's been a while! The rain was then stop-start for the rest of the afternoon so we lazed one off before chicken curry and a final Touching Evil episode before early sleep before another long drive ...
We set off again on a nice sunny morning for the short-ish journey to Celle. This was mainly on motorway, by-passing Braunschweig. As we got nearer to Celle we found our favourite ' 'umleitung' signs (diversion) so using the map we worked out our own way through.
Celle is twinned with my hometown of Tavistock in Devon. Lots of my ...
... We visited a coffee house which was on one such site. Apparently Hamburg has the largest coffee roasting establishments in Europe! We watched the beans being roasted, tasted the obligatory coffee and kuchen, and enjoyed the intoxicating aroma. It was wonderful - haha! By the way - forget the hamburgers in Hamburg! It is all about the fish :) Every type imaginable is available on this historically significant harbour city ...
... various houses. Engraved and enshrined memories of Jewish Families who lived in these houses who were dragged and dispossessed of their properties to be shot or transported to one of many Concentration camps never to return to the tranquil charm of Celle. Thankfully distracted from the blemishes of brutality, we investigated the Palace, its gardens and the Museum of Modern Art (do we have to Werner..?) and German Medieval ...