Mercure Hotel Hannover Mitte
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Travel Blogs from Hannover
... was but from the what I saw it looked like very solid ruins from an old church.
We had a relaxing day walking the city. There is nothing big and touristy, but I wanted to see the city of my ancestors. It was quite lovely. We spent a little time at a bar hanging out with people from our hostel talking about our respective homelands just learning. It was a good time.
You can see that we arrived in Hannover quite safely to our German host home of Gabi and Hasi pictured on the right of Donna and Bernd (our Fruita friends). Of course we enjoyed a cold Koenig's Pilsener
A visit to downtown Hannover to enjoy dessert first at Hasi's favorite Gelato shop.
Old Hannover area...the churches ...
... army liberated the camp in April of 1945, they converted the camp into a displacement persons camp. Since there was so much disease in the camp, they couldn't just let them all go into society. Plus I don't think a lot of them would have gotten far due to their condition. The British army sent in extra help and supplies for food, clothes, and medication. When the soldiers arrived there were 10,00 unburied dead bodies and 13,000 people died within three months ...
... so good that it was hard to pass up. Plus cake for breakfast is much better than eggs or a sandwich. When we were tired of walking around we just went back and hung out in our hotel room. The Broncos were on at 10:30pm, so I started watching that online. Watching pegs go across a virtual field is much less climatic and exciting as watching in the TV. However, beggars can be choosers. Then the Internet went out after the first quarter, so that was the end of my football watching. Oh ...
... of British soldiers including King George V's uniform. The British and Germans were very closely wound back then, especially since King George was from or living in Germany when he was discovered to be the next king of England (or something like that). When we done going through the palace we headed to the square where St. Mary's church is. Michelle and I walked down Kalandgasse, which is a romantic alleyway with a former Latin school. Back in the town square is Stechbahn, a ...
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