Seebruchstrasse 3, Vlotho, North Rhine-Westphalia, 32602, Germany | Inn
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This inn is located on Seebruchstrasse 3, Vlotho.
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Following the Pied Piper

A travel blog entry by wendalex on Aug 10, 2014

9 photos

... historic account talks of it being “ 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, ...

On the road to my exams

A travel blog entry by jogo on May 21, 2014

28 photos

... br> Unfortunately the city centre of Bielefeld was mostly destroyed in September 1944, but it must have been beautiful at that time.

I wonder how this city looked around 100 years ago. With women in nice dresses and men in suits.

I also met Annika, who works on her Master thesis. I was able to help her a little bit with my laptop and we had some nice conversations.


A travel blog entry by hralbee on Apr 18, 2014

2 comments, 35 photos

... really good. I'm going to have to bring that invention back to America! Later in the evening a neighbor came over with her adorable dog and we all chatted for a bit. It was a pretty early night comparatively. The next day was my last full day in Hannover so we went to another town called Hameln which is famous for the story called the Pied Piper. The story is that rats infested the town and a man showed up and drowned all of the rats in the town and ...

Finding the Noltes

A travel blog entry by kris.jones.528 on Mar 22, 2014

9 photos

... We went directly to the steeple in the middle of town, which turned out to be the Evangelical Reformed Church of Detmold, which could have been where my great grandpa attended church. Another stunning church, beautiful architecture. We asked around and we're told to go to the Saturday market and find the tourism office. The market was hustling and bustling and the smells of lentil soup and ham hocks made us ...

Bielefeld - 3rd day, Thursday

A travel blog entry by joanenelson on Sep 12, 2013

16 photos

This morning the three of us walked to the city via graveyard again. Sigrid took us to the old part of city to see some of the lovely old buildings, some of which dated back to the 14 hundreds. Many had been bombed during the war but had been restored. Especially the Catholic Church, where the beautiful alter was untouched because it had been hidden safely away before the bombing and was therefore undamaged. We kept running into local school kids on an excursion to locate ...