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... historic account talks of it being “...one hundred
years since our children were taken...” something very sinister and
odd happened in Hamelin, and even today historians are largely
perplexed by what exactly took place. As the centuries passed,
elements of fantasy were added to the tale; a plague of rats, the
stranger wore brightly coloured clothes, money denied, revenge. Like
all good fairy tales and moral fables, ...
Around 90% of Hannover were destroyed during WW2 and when I saw some of
the old houses that remained untouched it really broke my heart as I
could only imagine how pretty this city must have once been.
I hope you will enjoy the (rebuilt) remains as much as I did.
... very much the cosy bed with the soft pillow and the nice bed linen.
The breakfast was fantastic, too. You could make yourself waffles, or full English breakfast or tomato mozzarella or you could take honey out of a real honeycomb. :-) How cool is that? And you were also given your own newspaper in the morning.
... more English sounding name of Windsor. Strictly speaking, if the Queen had taken her husbands name and hyphenated it with her own, she would be Queen Elizabeth Saxe Coburg & Gotha Schleswig Holstein Sonderburg Gluckstein. I think you'll agree that there aint much English in there!
Hannover certainly feels its links to Britain keenly and when we visited the local museum about Hannoverian history, they had a major exhibition exploring the links. This year is the ...
... let their cries spoil my fun and train ride, but it really is the incompetence of the mother that makes the children moan and cry. I honestly wonder why we do not yet have courses for moms and dads or a children driving licence.
The children cry so much that there is even another woman coming over and offering help which is put down by the mother.
When arriving at the train station I go the the tourist ...