Landhaus Zu Den Rothen Forellen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sharing the good times together. Here we stayed overnight and were treated like royalty. Such family Henry has been privileged to meet all over Germany. We are so spoilt! Opa Heinrich Betschel's family consisted of 12 children. This is the order they came in: Fritz Lenchen (Magdalene) Bertie (Barbara) Lischen (Elizabeth) Nickolaus Rosa Heinrich Ishmael Sophie Marta Hans Paula 9 are deceased, but the three youngest are still living ...
... Werner emerged to fondle, play and become totally engaged with his granddaughter until the Inlaws returned home having picked up the Father of Christine – Heinz-Joachim, finally a namesake of my name that had the unique distinction of being hyphenated?!
We returned home by 8pm, had some toasted bread with smoked ham, Salami made from Turkey and Earl grey Tea. After discussing tomorrow’s plans we retreated to our bedrooms ...
... ever steals them?! The playgrounds are just divine- especially in Autumn. All the equipment is wooden and blends in perfectly into the surrounds oak trees. Not like in Australia where everything is bright colours and plastic.
The boys loved the soccer- especially because Hannover won. We enjoyed a lovely dinner of spaghetti bolognese, had a bit of a chat and then went back to our hotel.
It was a lovely day spent with our German ...
... took a walk through a forest which I was a bit nervous about. But Ollie reassured me that there are NO dangerous animals in forests, not like Australia. There are sometimes tiny spiders whose stings are like mosquito bites. It was just beautiful- the Autumn leaves were falling and it felt like we were in a fairytale!
We then visited Wolfsburg by going on the autobahn for the first time where we drove up to 160km/h (there is no speed limit on the autobahn
... train station. By this time kids were pretty tired but still happy to look around at all the different scenery. After a long wait at the station we boarded our train and had a private carriage. It was like a Japanese bullet train, very fast and smooth. The train was very full so were were happy to have some privacy. Let me tell you it is a mission to get anywhere, especially walking through train stations and catching buses with all our luggage (4 ...