Ramada Hotel Britannia Hannover
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... Roland and his wife Ursula, Ingolf and Siegrid, together with Miriam's son Nico, Miriam and Martin. All of these men, except 23 year old Nico are Pastors!! So, you can just imagine the conversations, the stories and the joy! For the first time I ate 'pizza soup' and because I will bring home the recipe, so now all my friends will be able to try it too :) It was delicious!! Auntie Paula thought Henry was exactly like her ...
... cousin), Bernie (cousin) and Katerina Betschel and their children Nico Betschel and Marlene It was another time for story telling, German translating, laughing and joking. Again, some people talked of coming to Australia!! We will wait and see :) Then it was that we were taken back to Lydia's place to eat some more specialties and stay for the night. Once again we enjoyed great hospitality, with Lydia and Werner simply falling over themselves to treat us to the best ...
... and cultural power and prowess in the 11th Century. The city is divided into four sections and each of the sections has its own Cathedrals. All Protestant and only one Catholic Cathedral, a sure sign that this is North Germany and close to the epicenter of Luther’s home territory and the homeland of the Reformation.
Enchanted by the pride and power of yesteryear and the belief that these were immortalized in the architecture ...
It's Autumn in North Germany. The cooler weather and fog is evidence that I may use one of the inherited jackets from Aunty Mia, to venture out with my hosts and experience the family program that awaits me.
A leisurely start to the day – intensive discussions with Lydia over issues of faith. She retreated to watch her favourite Joyce Myers on 'God Channel’ via satellite Dish.
We drove to the house of Uncle Hans ...
... money to buy something! Exactly what our Opa used to do everytime we visited him!
We went for a walk through the village and it was just beautiful. Each village has its own town hall, school, cemetery and everyone knows eachother. It is also super safe. They sell potatoes everywhere- and everyone eats them every day. They even have little boxes on the side of the road with potato sacks- you pick up the potatoes and leave money there- ...