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Day 44


sunny 19 °C

Today I left BoBo in Hamburg and headed to Hannover. Missing you Bo! The train was only one and a half hours and I meet Catherina. She is a friend who came to Brisbane to learn English and she stayed with us while she was in the country. We headed to her house, which is about 10mintues from the central city centre and I dumped my bags. We then went into the city for me to get my sense of direction and have a look at some shops.


I passed this dude and I am surprised he didn’t fly away!

We got some lunch at a cute Italian café. I got the biggest Margarita pizza and ate it all! I was starving and it was so good. After this we had a walk around the ‘Old City’ of Hannover. The buildings are so much nicer and older than all the modern ones around. The walk down the Old City was pretty and it held so much history.



After this we went into the local church which was pretty amazing. All the churches I have seen have been beautiful and full of detail everywhere. All Contiki people, I turned around in this church and saw these two people; I couldn’t help but think of Alex and his reaction to this. Sorry Alex, but this is something that will always remind me of you! (And will never forget). :)



After this, on the way to the town hall we went under this cool bridge with cars on both sides!


We got to the town hall to take some photos because it was such a nice day and we weren’t sure if it would stay like that for the next few days. On the way, I saw this shop Emma and thought of you Emmy. (and Emma Cumming and Emma from The Woods :) ).


About 2 shops down I saw this shop Charlotte and thought of you (Charlotte Moffatt and Charlotte Mullen :) ).



We then headed back to Catherina´s house and got changed to have some dinner. We walked to a restaurant down the road called Hogers. I had typical German food, curry sausages and potatoes salad. It was so so sooooooo yummy, but I had such a huge lunch I only ate half! Such a waste. We then headed home and watched Germany’s version of Australia’s got Talent. It was so funny watching the acts, some people here are craycray!



Posted by MillieA 11:03 Archived in Germany

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