Carathotel Klee Am Park Wiesbaden
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Plane ride was smooth. Just difficult to sleep and I didn't get much sleep the day before I left O'Town so I need a shot of adrenaline to kick in. Since we have a 7 hr layover here in Frankfurt we decided to get out and about. Took the train to the ...
... this villages you would find in a scenery painting. The hotel we stayed in was nice but basic. When we got there we had a look at the largest free standing Cookoo clock and then met up with a guy to learn about steins. When you cheers with beer your say 'prost' ! It was quite interesting how they are made and the effort that goes into them. Did not blame the €88 or more price tag on majority of the steins. It was quite a relaxed day. We had ...
... something I enjoy, the dogs are like family and you can take them practically anywhere, and nobody judges you for having a beer at 10am-in fact it's encouraged! People take their time with their food, dining out is a social event and is never rushed, the food is cooked with care and lush flavor, and not to mention the coffee and pastries are simply scrumptious! But Germany is a big country full of adventure and beer, so we try to travel as much as we can! ...
... be eating at. Asking your hotel for recommendations will not guarantee a smart place to eat. Example: While traveling in Austria with a group (including 5 children - three ages 3 and under) we asked the desk clerk where a child friendly place to eat is. Instead of sending us to the beer hall or tavern around the corner (which would be loud and casual enough that kids wouldn't be a nuisance), he sent us to an ...
... adjusting and eventually being able to see at least something. But it never happened, and the whole time I sat there I couldn't help imagining what my surroundings looked like. I guess I will never even know if my stool was red or black? We sat and talked with him for awhile and it was a really cool experience.
One of my favourite activities was going through a dark cave. It was also pitch black, but it went around corners and over bridges and through ...