We are spending a week in Denmark with the kids and grandkids. They fly in, we are driving from Heidelberg. On the way, we stopped in Celle in Northern Germany. The old city still has over 400 half-timbered buildings from the late 16th and early 17th century, very picturesque. At the time Celle was experiencing a boom, partly due to the influx of Huguenots forced to leave France. We are enjoying just walking around, and spending some time in a Café in the sunshine.
The oldest house in Celle, built in 1526