Der Europaeischer Hof Heidelberg
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a little more than just room robots and window displays, but I managed to get through it OK. Not bad for 3 years in Germany.
The problem is I get so much information about running a business that I can't process it all. I realise that Business Economics isn't to everybody's taste and poor Steffie gets me babbling on about it all the time, but there are a few important lessons that you can transfer into your ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
... time between, so there is good time for conversation. We try to sit with different people and not stick with some of the ones we have met that we have enjoyed. That would be easy to do, but there are many really interesting people all around us and we enjoy getting to know them. We are the only North Dakotans on the ship, and people usually have a response when they hear where we are from. “Oh, it's so COLD there!”. We're used to it. Both the cold AND the comments.
... the hike with a cold all the way up to Crypt Lake on the borderline. The scramble up was real Indiana Jones stuff.
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4. Stanley Glacier, Banff National Park, Alberta.
Just before you cross over into British Columbia, there is a trailhead at a parking lot; quite unassuming and innocent enough with no hint as to ...
... NO cars coming. It's bad form here, and actually, per Charlotte, considered a form of child abuse, as it's teaching young children to break rules, something the Germans eschew.
We're enjoying meeting so many people from different parts of the USA and other countries on this longboat - and our program director, Nick, dresses up like Elvis and Elton John and sings his heart out (he used to be a stage actor and has a terrific voice, and wicked sense of humor.)
Wish y'all were here!!