25hours Hotel by Levi's
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... horrific ones too. There is an English theatre, it's closed at the moment but outside is a cupboard with novels in and on it a sign saying that they are free to take. They are all in English and make an effort to entice others to read and learn our language. Imagine a Polish theatre in London that did that. How would that go down. I see a bus saying Frankfurt ...
... so she went and asked and we were allowed!! We missed the start of the introductory video but caught the end. Our tour guide was called Lucas and he did the tour in English and one of the group translated to Russian. First part of the tour we saw the Mashhouse where they make beer mash from barley/wheat and brewing water which is clarified making wort. The wort is boiled and hops is added and then is put through the vortex separator. Then on to the ...
... babies for the last 3 hours also did not help...But we finally landed and now we have a 5 hour wait until we can board our flight to Athens. Germany is definietly on our bucket list after seeing a small glimpse out of the plane and the small sample of German culture at the airport. The landscape is so green and lush. I hope we can return and see much more. Oh! and I actually heard a german lady say "wonderbar!" and that totally made my day. lol -Amanda & ...
... Alps when we went hang gliding in the morning and had a picnic staring at snow capped mountains in the afternoon. Garyn calls that day the best day of her life. We loved Lake Bled and Bohinj in Slovenia. And like so often on this trip, we've been humbled by the generosity and kindness of others who have enhanced our experience more than they'll ...
... name being announced, I turn around and out of all places, a colleague, whom I also trained with in initial cabin crew training many moons ago is standing there with her mouth wide open. Seconds later so was mine. "What the **** are you doing here?!?!?!", a silly question now considering half of the company I work for are all traveling to New York it seems.
It was just one of those small world sliding doors moments. We could have quite easily walked right past ...