Vahrenwalder Hotel Hannover
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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Somewhere over the Atlantic the day changed and it became the 10th. We are still on the plane from Toronto to Paris and have slept very little or not at all. We arrive in Paris at 12:25 in the afternoon , Paris time or 4:15 am Alberta time. Our flight to Hanover leaves at 6:20 so we have a long layover. We need to get to gate 2G for that flight and decide to walk; it cant be that far. We start going left from the gate we arrived at and find ...
... the 30s through 80s. He knew Picasso and Miro well. The museum is made up almost entirely of Picasso pieces from between the early 1900s to the 50s. It was amazing to see his range. It was surprising to see over 100 of his works in this relatively unknown museum. Enjoy the ...
... Being inland it is obviously a lake, but very big. Its a public holiday in Germany today and lots of people around. When we arrive and finally find parking there appears to be a festival of sorts on. Singing and stalls and heaps of people. Its cold and very windy, and just holding of raining. We lunch in a lovely restaurant overlooking the lake. They give us the only English version of a menu however there is still confusion and they bring us the wrong ...
So long Koblenz, we're heading north to Hamelin, which we discover is actually called Hameln, took a while to figure that out on the GPS!! We wanted to go via the countryside rather than stay on a big motor barn....there are soooo many roads in Germany. Luckily we eventually figured it out and had a nice 4-5 hour drive. The car is very good on the road, its a new little black number, very fancy. I was the ...
I have some reservations about Tavistock being twinned with Celle. About 12 miles up the road from the city is the site of Bergen-Belsen, one of the Nazi's most notorious concentration camps.
How on earth could the town's inhabitants not know what was on their doorstep?
Perhaps we will find out tomorrow?
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