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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... of the rooms are set up as they would have been a couple of hundred years ago. Others have museum pieces on display. It is very attractive. There are also good views from the second floor over the village and the surrounding countryside. I walk back through the village. Someone has been taking their pet pig for a walk. They have left it outside a restaurant with its lead tied around the leg of a table. I don't think I've seen anyone take a pig for a walk before. ...
Today we decided that we wanted a chill day and that we didn't want to travel. Therefore we woke up late. We then went to the pool and sunbathed and read for a couple of hours before going back to the campervan. We played a game of Rummikub and then went to ...
... decided that as it had a pool, it would be perfect. Therefore we drove for an hour and a half to end up at the campsite. As soon as we arrived, we headed to the pool and spent a couple of hours there. Then we headed back to the campervan and had sausages for dinner whilst Dad opened his cards and presents. We then played Rummikub and went to ...
... that in the past, roses were useful to vintners as a means of determining the presence of disease-borne insects. They would infect the roses before the grapevines, so then the vintner would know to treat the wines. With improved communication methods today, they no longer need the roses, but they still maintain them as they love their flowers. In addition to the gardens, there are quite a few modern sculptures found on the grounds, funded by a local initiative.
... of the city. Each stop is well manned with many employee’s that are polite and eager to help you. A day pass for the city costs only 5 Euro’s, and gives you access to the metro as well as all of the trams and buses. Juliana and I, following the tiny guidebook I picked up before we left, took the metro for a few stops before transferring to the #19 bus. After a forty-five minute bus ride we ended up at the edge of town where we transferred to another bus, ...