Arcadia Hotel Bad Oeynhausen
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... and mozzarella, tomatoes, fruit, eggs, and so many more interesting little bowls of delicate food. I have said to myself that when in France I'm going to take care to display and cook my food just like them! Turkish cuisine is beautiful! Apart from that we have been in to see my oma nearly every day so that she has some company because she now lives in an old people's home. Unfortunately she has dementia so she has good and bad days, but she is super ...
It is clear to see that summer has arrived with the fruit trees and vines in fruit in the Rosenthals yard. We have decided there is nothing better then eating cherries and black berries straight from the trees and we only wish we were here in another month or so we could try the apples and grapes.
This morning we returned to the Bielefeld Zoo which we last visited on a cold and wet December day to see what it is like in Summer with the trees in bloom and ...
... 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 ...
... the very friendly waiter with ordering a side of chips with our meal. Anyway once our meal arrived (14 prawns on a skewer) it was delicious. Next we catch a little boat out to the island to explore the castle. It was interesting wandering through the castle grounds and buildings. There is a museum in one section of it which is interesting full of cannon balls, guns and things to kill people with really!! We head back to Arzen and have a little mishap when we're almost ...
... he greets us like long lost friends. Argh he yells the Australians are here.... he love Australia has been there many times. We tell him we're heading in to explore Hameln and will be back for dinner.... Sadly we missed the Pied Piper enactment which was on at 12:30 not 4:30 like I thought. Hameln is a gorgeous town/city. We found parking along the river and set off to explore. Its a public holiday ...