Ibis Budget Hannover Hauptbahnhof
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and Michael knows how to order us food, say hi to girls, and basically get us by. I'm getting the basics down, but still have a long way to go in order to feel comfortable speaking out here. It's amazing to me how efficient everything is here. If you want to get a cart at the grocery store you have to put a 1 euro coin into a slot and the cart will release, you get your dollar back once you return the cart. I think people in ...
We stopped on the outskirts of Hannover for a quick visit with Pete's second cousins Herbert and Vicky. Peter hadn't seen them since he was a kid. We thought we would just stay for a cuppa then go see the city. How wrong we were. I should have known better seeing as they are part of the Haggis family. We were welcomed in so warmly and felt right at home. ...
... have coffee and cake and pick up the car. When we arrived at the train station, Benta took us to the platform we need to be on on Friday and how to get to the right car etc. That was really helpful as it will make it easier on Friday.
We went to the shopping center and spent the next three hours shopping. Normally when Ann shops Dave brings his book ad reads. but this time Dave ...
... restaurant at the gallery. the food was very good. they even had menus in English and the waiters spoke English so there were no problems.
After lunch we wen to the Rathause; Castle-like city hall with vast dome accessed via a lift, with mountain & city views. The view from the top was nice and we were able to take an elevator to the top rather than walk up stairs. The elevator did not ...
... did make sure they viewed the exhibits first before deciding if it was appropriate for a 10 and 12 year old to see and this is something we recommend you do if visiting with pre-teen children, as some of the content can be quite disturbing.
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