Leonardo Hotel Hannover Airport
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... back so that is a plus. Cost of living is relatively cheap. Gas is about 1.25 per liter, lunch runs about 5-10 euros, we can fill up our whole fridge for 75 euros, and the train can get us just about anywhere for cheap.
The hockey is pretty decent in this league, we've had two pre season games and only three practices. The team we played won the league last year and has been skating together for 3 weeks and had two ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... them; they picked Ann and I. Later in the service a young girl asked members of the congregation questions about the symbols in the church and what then represent. Ann and Dave were grateful that we were not picked for this part. The service was enjoyable even though we did not understand the words we picked up the meaning.After church we went to Hanover to visit the museum and government building called ...
... 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. ...