Hotel City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... get some cookie and things, then made her way to the shopping center to get nails done,, but nails was pricey,, she did say she was a little lost,, but asked around and made it back to hotel,, thanks goodness for that,,, and she did this without texting or informing her husband, We went afternoon to the concentration camps, in treven Chz, It was a beautiful ride , but a saber moment of history during the world,, it ...
... Cathedral inside the castle grounds was incredible (despite the scaffolding), it reminded me a lot of Notre Dame with its gothic looks and gargoyles. Surprisingly, Notre Dame’s stained glass windows didn’t hold up to the ones in this cathedral; they were made with thousands of tiny panes of glass, which created intricately detailed images. The windows were so beautiful, again, my photos didn’t do them justice. We walked around the castle grounds for a bit ...
... we sat here to enjoy our gelato and chimney cakes. and it was that we met up with most of the others as they also came to find shade. we did a bit more walking and a lot more sitting. we then met our tour guide to head to a restaurant that delivers your drinks in a train. the novelty of the restaurant was great. then most of us headed back to the hotel. departure 8 am next morning destination krakow poland, with a stop in auschwitz and birkenau concentration ...
... left well behind.
During the drive, I spotted that a slightly older, real life version of Thelma and Louise was driving behind us in a red beetle. Queue me & Nessy discussing one of our favourite films ever!
It was a very toasty 28c when we arrived at Nuremberg medieval castle. Ness stayed cool while I was extremely glad to get inside the cool stone walls of the castle. We looked at a panoramic view of the city which was quite pretty with lots of low ...
... great souvenir! Joanna and I said farewell to the others, bought a yummy berry tart and indulged in a traditional Czech pizza type thing.
At the hostel there’s a corkboard that lists weekly activities. Tonight’s activity was a Czech cooking class, led by a lovely girl who was studying in Prague. Joanna and I were the only ones to start, but then two lovely German girls, Mira and Katharina, an Argentinean couple, a Korean ...