Mayor's Mansion Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we must try these, so on our way back we got off the bus to sample them. Whilst we were there eating our moon cakes (which we did not think were that bad ) and coffee we got chatting to a couple from Texas...Grayson and Darla. We had a lovely 30 minutes chatting and after photos taken we said goodbye. It was funny, WE were telling them about the free bus and the river walk, in fact we saw them twice more! We then walked back over the bridge to ...
This morning we visited our two partner schools in Burghausen. We received tours of the schools, worked hard at our exchange program, which will begin June 2016 and had an excellent lunch in the cafeteria of KuMax! Tonight we are scheduled to attend a student recital at KuMax. We are entirely spoiled by the hospitality of our new ...
After a terrible long wait at the airport for our rental car, we finally make it to Burghausen! The town is something from a movie!!! And our new friends Victoria Weiss and Elvira Theil? We love them already! Elvira and her daughter are just briefly coming to say hi. The weather here is brutally hot and so the two of them are going to the pool to cool off! :) Victoria Weiss (teacher at KuMax) had a little more time and so she showed us the ...
Well after yesterday, today is different kettle of fish. A gentle start, A light breakfast, A short drive down the Interstate and no rain. We started at point park, the sight of a battle in the American during the civil war. Then went to Rock City, Vicky had told us about the advertising they had done in 1936, they would paint your ...
... to eat at a little cafe at the bottom then drove on to Ruby Falls. We went on a tour through underground caverns to see Ruby Falls. The guy who founded Ruby Falls as a tourist attraction had originally drilled down into Lookout mountain because he'd played in caves in it as a child. He was met with a gust of air and when he climbed down he crawled on his stomach for 7 hours through tunnels 2ft by 4ft until he reached the waterfall ...