Hotel in Herrenhausen
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... roommates are great guys, Michael and Jakub. Michael is Canadian and we played together in Pensacola for a little while last year, we are the two import players on the team. Jakub is from the Czech Republic and might be one of the most unintentionally funny people I have ever met, he's extremely dry but cracks Mike and I up all the time. We have a great apartment on the fourth floor of our building with some great views of the ...
... for a couple of hours then they took us into town. They showed us around the sights and took us out for dinner. Vicky wanted us to stay the night but our bikes were tied up at the train station. What a wonderful visit.
Hannover is very pretty with lots of green spaces. We will have to come back to see more of the sights and visit our family again one day. ...
... book and spent most of his time trying to keep track of Ann and Melody as they shopped. It was easy some times as Dave stayed with Ann and Benta with Melody. But at times Dave felt like a spy keeping track of two groups at the same time. Ann said it was like having a body guard. Melody bought some clothes, Ann bought some paper napkins and pens that were called Melody Style.
We went to a ...
... We then went to the Sprengel Museum; with its comprehensive permanent collection and an exhibition of old Posters from the late 1800s and 1900s. There were lots of of posters from such atrist as Toulouse Lautrec and even Andy Warhol. It was very interesting. The permanent collection included some Picasso's and a lots of other works of paintings and sculptures. After touring this we decided to have lunch in ...
... The building of the Gothic church, in the Basilica style and Romanesque west work, was begun at the end of the fourteenth century, the choir in 1389, the northern nave in 1404, and the tower in 1503. By 1504, the nave with its side altars was finished and all that remained to be completed was the tower. The organ has 63 registers and 4734 pipes, which fill the church with an unusually loud volume of sound. ...