Arcadia Hotel Bad Oeynhausen
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... the town. This vantage point gave us a great 180 degree view over the town and all the other fireworks being set off to mark this occasion. Nathan, Traci, Kate and Roy had a fun time seeing off fireworks and joining in the merriment with the others. On the stroke of midnight everyone enjoyed a couple of glasses of champagne (the kids had alcohol free of course) and welcomed in the new year with much joy and happiness.
On the ...
... pork mince that is eaten raw. The dinner was great and coupled with an excellent selection of wine and beer made a for a very memorable evening.
Finally after dinner had been completed we were able to open our presents much to the relief of Kate and Roy!!!!!
Christmas morning, no not a white Christmas, perhaps it will snow in a couple of days. Christmas morning is quite different to home, it ...
... of Frankfurt on Friday evening landing in Townsville around Sunday lunchtime. The funeral is Monday morning and he then flies out of Townsville Monday afternoon and arriving back in Bielefeld Tuesday evening in time to spend Christmas eve with the family. It is important he returns for Christmas Eve as this when they celebrate Christmas in ...
Bielefeld to Berlin
We met our German family
the Rosenthal's on Wednesday afternoon at the Bielefeld train station where
they were waiting on the platform with large banners welcoming us to their
home. The kids were very excited. We stayed overnight with the Rosenthals and
they treated us to a traditional feast of ...
... climb the church tower (280 steps) which gave great views over the town and surrounding land. (In Amsterdam you pay €7.50 to climb the Westerkerk church tower!)
All in all a pleasant, picturesque town, with affordable cafes and parking and friendly people, though most visitors were a bit old. Made me feel so young!