Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying
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... Tor, one of several "towers" that probably defined city walls in the past. I moved through the shopping mall area and back to the hotel for a short break. I went back out mid afternoon so I would arrive at St. Katerine Church by 4:30 so I could listen to 30 minutes of organ music. It was rousing and the organist got a standing ovation. There wer about 50 people in the church. There is organ music on Mondays and Thursdays. I then walked ...
... to make more friends along the way. I ate a schnitzel for lunch which is just a fantastic was of saying chicken milanesa and it did not disappoint. After the great tour some friends and I went to a different beer garden, this one is located in the Englischer Garten which is one of the largest urban parks, much bigger than Central Park. It was incredible; it took about a 45 minute walk from the hostel and it was well worth it. At the beer garden I ...
... Very modern, but what it lacks in charm is more than made up by its proximity to the airport.
I spent one afternoon wandering around the main drag of town. Not much doing, altho I found a burger place that had an American kitsch theme, complete with a six foot Statue of Liberty and a sign that said "Best Burgers in Town!"… I am going to go with "only burgers in town" which is they only ...
... in the first class lounge and now we are on the ICE train to Koln where we will transfer to a local train to Aachen then bus to Maastricht. Due to arrive at around 4:00. Well we arrived a little late in AachenHBH but after a run made it to the Regional train and then the bus to Maastricht and the local bus to the B+B around 4:00 PM. It's cloudy and cool but we went to the Tribunal Bar to meet Claire and had a couple of beers with ...
... the years in attempts to make it warmer and easier to heat. I am now going to do a shameless plug for a restaurant where we had dinner whilst staying in Blois. We had eaten one night at the hotel (food tasty, poor ordering and expensive) so we wanted to find somewhere else to eat and Nick had a yen for Pizza. We found a Pizzeria about 1km from our hotel and decided to go there for dinner – but it was CLOSED!!!
On turning around, we noticed a ...