Nowak & Domino

Bergstrasse 23-24, Celle, Lower Saxony, 29221, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Bergstrasse 23-24, Celle, is near Herzog Palace (Herzogschloss), Bomann Museum, and Golf Club Herzogstadt Celle e.V..
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    Travel Blogs from Celle

    Most people look for food when they are hungry...

    A travel blog entry by pucky on Aug 10, 2014

    ... fears, excitement, misadventures, new friends I'll meet and other things as well. After a lot of thought and consideration as to how I'm going to structure this, I've decided with the best intentions to make this Travelogue fairly detailed whenever I can under whatever circumstances I find myself in - good or bad. The reasons for this are first of all to keep you lot up to date as best I can and also for me to keep a track of my journey in a sort of ...

    Last day of this journey...

    A travel blog entry by jogo on Aug 06, 2014

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    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.
    ...

    City Center and Maschseefestival

    A travel blog entry by jogo on Aug 05, 2014

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    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 ...

    Chez Backer

    A travel blog entry by tonyrosy on Aug 05, 2014

    6 photos

    Well we were greeted with thunderstorms on our last morning in Denmark, and had a very soggy pack up at Western Camp, as the hairy bikers trundled out in their motor trikes and caravans. After a treacherous and somewhat longer than it should have been journey to the port, we boarded the ferry to Puttgarden to begin the German leg of the tour. The rest of the day was spent on a somewhat hideous run to Dollenburg, avoiding ...

    Hannover and over and over….

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Aug 04, 2014

    28 photos

    ... 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 ...