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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
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... are going the wrong direction. So we head the other way and go to an information desk. We are told that we need to walk from 2B were we are, to 2F and then take a shuttle to 2G. okay we walk for about 45 min and get to 2 F to catch the shuttle. It turns out we could have taken a shuttle from 2B to 2F then caught the shuttle from 2F to 2G. at any rate we get to 2G.
We decide to go check in and go through security before eating. The ...
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 ...
What a glorious morning we awoke to in Schwulper. Blue sky, and brilliant sunshine - apparently an extraordinary November day! I do believe that we have been blessed all along the way on this amazing trip. After a lazy morning having brunch with Werner and Lydia and packing again, we set off for Tostedt via rail from Braunschweig to Hanover to Hamburg. Expected arrival is @ 4:42 - and the trains DO run on time. We have ...
... originally dividing East and West Germany is still standing. It is quite confronting when you see it in reality. Even the windows of the people in the East had to be bricked up if they faced the west! And then, we were driven to meet with extended family in Schwulper. We had a wonderful lunch - German style with the obligatory schnitzel etc. etc. Attending this celebration was Uncle Hans (Opa's brother) and his wife Hannelore, Lydia (cousin) and Werner ...
... 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 ...