Designhotel Wienecke XI
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... 1st class (thanks to Ben for organizing) and it is a real pleasure, The trains are comfortable and clean, and they serve food and drinks if you so desire. Waiting at Hamburg - Harburg station was our friend Martin Stegmaier - the husband of Miriam (Henry's cousin). So off we went to his home in Tostedt and to a wonderful welcome in the form of a family dinner with Auntie Paula and her new husband of 5 years - ...
Today is Sunday and we were privileged to go to the church of our hosts, that is the Baptist church in Schoerningen. Bernie is opening the meeting and sharing in some of the procedure. Another style of worship, but all God's children carry His spirit within them and we always feel at home. The welcome was warm, the service was great and the coffee afterwards - a good fellowship experience. Following the service out hosts took us to a place not far away where part of ...
Another morning begins in Oker Strasse, Schwulper; a seemingly sleepy and countryfied Village 9 kilometres North of Braunschweig.
Breakfast is followed by a visit fro Lydia's Hairdresser who is prepared to cut my hair for 9Euros before she cuts and sets Lydia’s hair.
By 9:45 Werner and I head of to visit the City centre of Braunschweig where many historic buildings and explanations await. Werner is a profound History and Art Lecturer ...
... brother, 1927) only 1-2 km away from the Daniel’s. They followed us in their Mercedes to the restaurant attached to the Indoor Tennis club. At 87 Hans is very alert inspite of his hearing deteriorating in the right ear.
I am immediately overwhelmed by the family likeness in his movements, vocal timbre and recollection of stories and events that bind us together. The impatience with having to depend on a walking stick – ...
... money to buy something! Exactly what our Opa used to do everytime we visited him!
We went for a walk through the village and it was just beautiful. Each village has its own town hall, school, cemetery and everyone knows eachother. It is also super safe. They sell potatoes everywhere- and everyone eats them every day. They even have little boxes on the side of the road with potato sacks- you pick up the potatoes and leave money there- ...