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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... everything we could have possibly done wrong with our rail passes, and he could not only fine us for not validating our passes during our first train ride, he could also take them away completely along with our reservations for that evening (SO much money & so scary!!) But fortunately he was really cool with us and validated our passes and did not fine us-- whew! By the time we were done with this it was 8:00pm so we went to grab our bags out of the locker & ...
... guy who was a bit eccentric and had a cat his whole life who was his companion. This guy decided to make a museum for his cat which eventually ended up celebrating all cats. It was very neat in there and they had a lot of super cute cat posters. It was pretty big too and had a cat in it (several apparently) that was very friendly. We then went to lunch which had another house cat in it, which was super cute and friendly. Lunch was also very ...
... anywhere in Europe you'd uncover some ancient ruin or evidence of some battle either recently or way back. Truly an amazing place as far as history goes. The drizzle finally convinced us that we needed to have a rest and watch both Le Tour and the Commonwealth Games, live. Dinner was at the Asian restaurant next door after a couple of beers with a friendly and interesting barman at our ...
This is the start to our blog of the trip to Germany to see Foster perform as part of the Blue Lake International Youth Orchestra. His travels will take him to France, Germany and Luxembourg. We will follow him for two weeks during most of his time in Germany. Our trip will take us completely around the country, beginning with Berlin.
We left Salt Lake City at 3:20 on Friday, June 20, en route for Detroit. So excited for our trip to begin! Sorry to leave John ...
... secret annexe she called home for two years. It was such a small place for 8 people, and it must have been so hard to live there unable to move much through the day...I don't know if it was the same when they lived there or if it's worsened over years, but the floors were incredibly creaky! The other thing that got me was hoe dark the rooms were due to the blackouts covering the windows, and that these were on permanently 24/7 whilst they were there. It's one thing ...