Bed'nBudget Hostel Hannover
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The German countryside reminds me alot of home. It is mostly fields and animals among operatic tiny villages. Just like back home, there is plenty of space between each living area. Although, there are a few more hills and some truly beautiful rivers with stone bridges scattered about. There are also many windmill farms. These people are very eco …
Originally we were going to go see the Bergen-Belsen POW & Concentration Camp. However, we found out the bus doesn't run on Sundays and all the car rental places are closed on Sunday. Therefore, we headed into town to see if anything is going on and to just hang out. Well, since it's Sunday and some countries still believe in a family/rest days, most everything was closed. In other words, there is nothing to do. We did find a cafe that was open, so we got coffee and cake. The cakes ...
... including the two hours spent in the palace). We went and grabbed some coffee at a small cafe to waste some time. At 5pm, we sat on the steps of the info center across the way to see the glockenspiel show. Five figures carved from wood portraying characters from local history come out and go across the box on the building wall. There was some nice bell chiming as well for the event. In about two minutes that was over with, so we decided to just grab some dinner and then ...
... playing traditional German 'ooom pa pa' music. The trip is ending and we are driving back west. Tonight we are staying in Hannover. The neighborhood is a little questionable- but dinner at a Thai restaurant was a great change from the usual German ...
... a few days with Elisabeth, who proved to be an admirable host. Almost immediately, the intellectual jousting started. Good natured, humorous and fun, they were the product of educated minds intent on probing the thoughts, beliefs and positions held by the participants.
As an author and historian, Elisabeth has written a several books on the key figures of Lower Saxony’s history, and has given many lectures on the area. She, thus, had a great depth ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Very nice but had to pay 5 euros for WiFi which only worked in the lobby. There was a tv in the room but only had German and polish channels. It was very clean though. Super close to the shopping district.
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