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- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
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Unfortunately, this entry isn't going to have any photos in it, since my camera is buried deep inside my travel pack. In just 6 hours I will be waking up to go to the BahnHaus to catch my train to Regensberg and start my week long excursion with the FU-BEST program. My group is going to ...
... in the Himalayas and were first cultivated in Turkish courts and gardens. Sultans of the time would give bulbs as gifts which is how some ended up in the Netherlands. They became so popular that Tulipmania took over and for a short time a tulip bulb could cost as much as a house! Then the market died and many people lost a lot of money. But the tulip survived and became a strong export. When tulip bulbs ...
... It would have been even faster, had we not hit an accident, forcing all of this traffic onto a single lane.
In the city I stayed with Ellie, an English girl I met in Luxembourg in the spring, who recently moved to Berlin. Now, this city loves repurposing buildings. To illustrate: Ellie’s house was originally a factory, repurposed to be used by the Stasi (East-German intelligence) during GDR times. Nowadays, it is populated by a ...
... meal after the meeting. One could sense the presence of God at work in the Corps. (Even Beryl enjoyed listening to the band before the meeting. See photo) We then made our way to the Botanical gardens. It is quite extensive and we only got to see a small section. For me, it was a fitting way to spend a Sunday afternoon - in amongst a part of God's creation. In one section of the conservatory, there was an Australian section including a wattle tree in of flower. A ...
25 years ago (this coming November) since the Wall came down.
Paul and I were living in Fulda, West Germany at the time and there was such an unbelievable feeling all around.
As 'newly weds' we lived only 20 minutes from the East German border so that exact night of the 9th November 1989 we hopped in our car and drove out to see what was happening. Lots.....watching the 'Trabants' (2 stroke fibre glass body little DDR cars) coming across the border of East ...