Ringhotel Faehraus Farge
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... privately financed park in all of Germany. We walk through paths throughout the park and we even saw a DEER! The park is filled with old trees, spacious lawns, watercourses, fountains and lakes. It was very romantic. We come up to Lake Emmasee and find our Ruderboots (rowboats) we wanted to rent! They were old school wooden boats that looked idyllic in the water. The shallow river system goes in a 3 mile circle around the park. We ...
... We walk along this beautiful park with a lake. We arrive at the Bremer Marktplatz. All of the major buildings are around here. The State of Roland is in the center and its giant. The St. Petri Dom (St. Peter's Cathedral) is beautiful. It has two green towers and a clock. We had lunch at Beck's Bistro. Delicious meal and beers. After lunch we decided to just to walk through town. We walked through ...
Henceforth Boy Siri shall be called Hans. However he speaks with a really bad American accent, so I'm not sure a German name is appropriate. We started the day with a visit to the Deutsches Auswanderer Haus, or German Emigration Museum. Many German people set sail for a new country from the port in Bremerhaven, making it the perfect home for this museum. The museum recreates the experience of traveling to a ...
... our first flight yesterday, hunger won out. Turns out, it was really good and the waitresses were really nice and let us practice our German on them. When we got back to the hotel, our buddy at the front desk told us there's only one or two German restaurants in town. Crazy. And that's probably why he had recommended a Greek restaurant to us. Tomorrow we visit the Deutsches Auswanderer Haus (German Emigration Museum) and then make our way to ...
... It was placed there in 1936.
It all gave me such a strange feeling. In Canada, we learn about the war as victors and hear about the gallant and brave things our soldiers and war heroes did to bring about the end of tyranny and oppression and, in the case of the Holocaust, outright murder on a scale the world should never see. But here there are classrooms full of schoolchildren being taught that, at one time, their nation's leaders went to war ...