Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Hanover, day 1

Hanover was sunny.

Everyone was totally surprised.

Seems it basically rains ALL THE TIME.

Youngest and I decided that we should seize the glorious weather and wandered around the city. It was however fiercely cold. Bought Youngest woolly socks it was so bad. Brrrrrrrrrrrr.

It's a lovely city, the parts we have seen.....there is this cool red line the tourists can follow through the city, which we did for part of the day...that was neat too...Youngest was most enamoured by it.

I am hoping for one more sunny day so that Youngest and I can go for a big long bike ride around the town where we are staying....outside of Hanover. Fingers crossed.

Gotta go sleep, we have to get up WAY to early for this camper, and I was up WAY too late last night.




Anonymous said...

The art mueums in Hannover have impressive collections of art.
Have you seen the huge and lovely Nanas by Nicki de St Phalle by the river at the market place?
The flea market is something else!!!
Have a cool time biking around. GM

hulagirlatheart said...

I wish they had one of those long red lines at the hospital so I wouldn't get lost there.

oreneta said...

I have warned youngest that the museums are tomorrow...hahaha..I saw the nanas inthe distance but we were following the red line...we will have to go back.

Hula...I get SOO lost in the hospital..nothing like identical floors, rooms and walls, plus stress.

Anonymous said...

Hannover is a great place. Wish I was there now instead of Wales.
Accommodation in Rome

scott davidson said...

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