Ibis Hannover Medical Park
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... fever had gripped our
class. Soon after we put on our own version of the show based on the
famous Robert Browning poem and I was cast as Narrator 1. And that is
where it all began. Something else also began that day.... a
fascination with the weird and unusual. The story of the small German
town is based on a half forgotten legend of 130 children who
disappeared following the arrival of a stranger in Hamelin in July
Around 90% of Hannover were destroyed during WW2 and when I saw some of
the old houses that remained untouched it really broke my heart as I
could only imagine how pretty this city must have once been.
I hope you will enjoy the (rebuilt) remains as much as I did.
After work some colleages and I went out and walked through the city center down to the Marschsee. There was a festival and we were curious to see it.
We ended up sitting around the Maschsee having a nice conversation and watching people passing.
It was a nice evening and when I went back to the hotel ...
... roadworks and German rockers returning from the Wacken festival. There seemed to be a trend of homemade Wacken logos on the cars using Duck tape, some more successfully than others. However it was great to finally pull up to smiles from James & Mandy as we arrived for a few days of catching up. Sunday night consisted of catching up, bratwurst and weissbier as the kids got to know each other. Unfortunately James had ...
... were forbidden to inherit the throne, he was awarded it instead. Henceforth, we had the Hannoverian Prince Electors as monarchs until Queen Vicky was crowned in 1837. Hannover, being the backward and feudal system that it was, didn't allow women to inherit any title and so the line was split. However, she, that is to say: Queen Victoria took the name of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, a name the British family carried until WW1 when for reasons that should be patently bleeding obvious took ...