Days Inn Greeley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Ein prosit, ein prosit, der gemutlichkeit...
Ein prosit, ein prosit, der gemutlichkeit...
Eins, Zwei, Drei, G'suffa..”
1. My lederhosen
2. My stein and maß
3. Handmade christmas ornament of Regensburg
1. The amount of time I had there/how fast it went
2. Lack of ice
3. Lack of air conditioning
4. No water fountains!
WISHED I HAD MORE TIME THERE
Well thanks Colorado for the very relaxing 3 week vacation. Thanks to family and friends for being gracious hosts and keeping me fed and entertained. Thing I will miss the most is the water. Fort Collins is spoiled for good drinking water. Of course I will also miss the gluten-free beer and bread, as well as our amazing supermarkets. And "supermarket" is ...
So, I bought my airplane ticket! I am leaving on February 26th for Munich! I’m gonna spend 3 days in Munich for fun and to get acclimated. I’m staying in a hostel called Wombats City Hostel. I have seen hundreds of glowing reviews for the place. I’m so excited - I can’t wait! Then, I'm off ...
... on visiting Mao, I’ve posted some final thoughts about recent Chinese history at my regular blog here. For this post, I’ll focus on some final thoughts about our trip and visiting Beijing.
I think we all felt like we visited Beijing at a unique and special time. Hsing-ay vividly remembers a Beijing without grass and trees, without fancy buildings, without a thriving tourism industry, and with a quality of life only a few steps ...
... in Beijing and then describes many specific restaurants. I love this book although I have been told that restaurants change quite frequently and I can’t trust its information to be current.
In Search of Modern China by Jonathon Spence is purported to be the definitive history of recent China. It covers the last 400 years and in all honesty, I have only read a few chapters. Its heavy, dense reading, but Spence is supposed to be da man ...