Hotel Worpsweder Tor
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After a restful nights sleep with no trains waking us we woke up fresh ready for more fun. We set off to take a look at Neil's old Army camp in Gutersloh and then on to Osnabruck to see where I used to live. We did a drive by of both places saw men with guns on the gate at Gutersloh and an abandoned run down camp in Osnabruck. After a brief stop and shop at the Martkauf we moved on to the Dummer-see for the ...
We spent the morning after 2 hours of bus ride to Bremen. Nice breakfast at the hotel. Bremen has the famous 4 animals from the Grimm. The route to the restaurant was pretty, with colorful little houses.
We also went to Hameln to see the famous rat catcher. On the road were some rat marks. It was a small town. Many rat souvenir.
... chips bistro that he selected. We were most surprised to learn that "baked fish" in Germany was actually "fried fish." Who knew? Till and Paul ordered a large portion of the fried cod fish and chips (Goldbarsch) for $11.90 Euros and Kate and I ordered the half portion for $9.90 Euros.
The cod pieces were large, fried up golden brown and were served with large portions of french fries and a white remoulade sauce for dipping.Liam was entertained with a lovely saltwater ...
Washing day yeah! Today's highlight is to get our washing done so that we have clean clothes for the Africa trip. It's been nearly three weeks away so even with hand washing it is time to come clean. We have driven to Bremen and have found a laundromat within 300 m. That is the only good thing about the hotel. It is a Wyndham hotel and that is why we picked it. Will have to talk to Drew when we get home. Tonight we will go into Bremen for ...
So this morning we woke up in Belgium at our hotel in Brussels and made our final trek in our fiat pinto. 6000 kms later. We were able to do some wandering around in Brussels and hit all the culinary todo groups of Belgium, waffles, frites, moules, chocolate and beer. If you want to see something truly cool, check out the strepy thieu boat lift. We went to the delirium cafe, after saying goodbye ...