Best Western Premier Arosa Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... latter part of the journey was through the Ruhr Valley so much more industrial. We are staying tonight near Brilon which is in a hilly and forested area with a number of saw mills. We are sat looking at the sun drenched vista, sipping tea and planning tomorrow's ...
... is a very cool. Yesterday it rained like crazy and I got soaked running from the U-Bahn to Oma's place, which was quite the experience-I ended up in oma's pyjamas to dry off for an hour, which confused oma a lot ;) Off to Ireland on the 20th, which is apparently going to be quite a temperature change, but my Aunt told me that in Cushendun they shoot some of Game of Thrones in the Caves there, so I'll make sure to go and take some photos and then post them here! ...
... and Wolfgang went for a walk around town and went to a great cafe where Wolfgang tells us is very popular with the city workers as it is cheap and very tasty, and we were certainly not dissapointed.
Upon our return to the house Petra greeted us with a scrumptious homemade strawberry cake for afternoon tea which was very much appreciated by everyone.
The food did not stop there as tonight Wolfgang lit up the barbecue and cooked up a storm treating ...
... it had very good ratings on Trip Advisor (that's how I found it). And we thought it might be nice to go somewhere like this after the hustle and bustle of Berlin.
It certainly was nice....we really enjoyed the couple of hours we spent strolling around and I loved seeing all the animals and the little kids enjoying them. There were so many families out enjoying the nice afternoon :)
It was funny coming across what I think is a prairie dog? ...
Another lovely clear day. After some discussion last night we have decided, as usual, to go a-wandering.
Following the Autobahn via Dusseldorf we headed south.
We 'did' 3 countries by 10.30 - Belgium, Holland and Germany! We crossed the Maas and passed Roermond, which we visited when my son,Martin was ...