Ramada Hotel Britannia Hannover
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... 1st class (thanks to Ben for organizing) and it is a real pleasure, The trains are comfortable and clean, and they serve food and drinks if you so desire. Waiting at Hamburg - Harburg station was our friend Martin Stegmaier - the husband of Miriam (Henry's cousin). So off we went to his home in Tostedt and to a wonderful welcome in the form of a family dinner with Auntie Paula and her new husband of 5 years - ...
Today is Sunday and we were privileged to go to the church of our hosts, that is the Baptist church in Schoerningen. Bernie is opening the meeting and sharing in some of the procedure. Another style of worship, but all God's children carry His spirit within them and we always feel at home. The welcome was warm, the service was great and the coffee afterwards - a good fellowship experience. Following the service out hosts took us to a place not far away where part of ...
All week we have talked about visiting the Medieval wonder of the 11th Century called "Celle" a retreat town for Royalty in the 12th Century. Some 50kilometres away, Celle was a major base for the English and some American Armed Forces who became attached to the charm and architectural wonders of this northern city. No doubt the many boutiques emerged as a result of the English Pound and the American dollar that flowed so freely ...
... years standing at the senior Highschool levels and takes Art especially Modern Art very seriously with a passion that I have rarely come across except my friend Jim Cree in the realm of fishing!
Accompanied by an outstanding Tourguide, we head for the Public Library where books and DVD’s are returned…on the subject of Art and I’m offered a guided tour of the multilevelled Library with such enthusiasm that I consider ...
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 ...