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Our time in Dresden had come to an end and we had to say farewell to our friends, but they had been wonderful hosts and tour guides, to say nothing of great company. It was a bit of a challenge to get the caravan coupled up and out of the gate in the brief time between passing trams which came within 18in of the pavement, but we managed it. Thank heavens for motor movers! Uwe had ...
... nter had bought us lots from the bakery, so we had a relaxed coffee and cake before heading off to the airport. We were very early, so we drove to the Fuelbecker Talsperre reservoir on the way, which was beautiful as ever, and then arrived nice and early to have a relaxed time in the airport. We ate pizza and got into the waiting room early, which is always nice. A short flight and a long drive later we finally arrived home, safe and sound!
... br> Unfortunately the city centre of Bielefeld was mostly destroyed in September 1944, but it must have been beautiful at that time.
I wonder how this city looked around 100 years ago. With women in nice dresses and men in suits.
I also met Annika, who works on her Master thesis. I was able to help her a little bit with my laptop and we had some nice conversations.
... and it is essentially a carpark with electricity
and shower block, its a stepped/terraced site on the edge of the lake
with stunning views and very peaceful, absolutely perfect for our
trip and 10 times better than the previous stop!
arrived on Sunday 27th
April just after 1pm, the rain had eased off and it was now overcast
but at least dry! We decided to have a ...
... tried to help, they said the Noltes in Detmold were like Smiths in the US. We looked in the phone book and there were about 25 Noltes. Not really as common as the Smiths, but a few. We went North from Detmold and drove into Hohenhausen, where mom thinks most of her family is from. It started to rain and we were cold, but we did find a church in the town. It was a very small village. We couldn't find the ...