Hotel Le Vancouver - LVH Vacances
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... girls we are. Who would have thought that after a month of always being 5 meters within each other, only a restroom door away, we would still want to be in close proximity of one another. I really thought we would be so tired of one another that we would both thought up plans to get rid of each other, but it's the complete opposite. So today we officially finished our Scandinavian trip. We were so sad that it was over, we spent months planning this trip, now it's ...
... said she needed to talk. I thought goodness--I'm exhausted. I will call her tomorrow….then she sent an ASAP text so I started to get worried. I called her back--this is when it gets interesting.
She told me that I immediately had to go to the front door. This was an odd request. I then asked her if she was here and she just kept saying go to the front door and open it…I then said a few other things that I can't repeat here thinking she was ...
This was the most bizarre day of my travel up to now, to find myself in Bern when I was hitching only 50km from Memmingen to Ulm.
I was stuck on the side of the highway in 40 degrees temperatures and the only way someone could stop was illegally. I had already walked 15km approx to get to this position and it was the only place ...
... city to city by motorised tranportation, and to a hostel by foot. So in the end, you do not transport all your stuff around all the time. Hence, the minimal weight is not the only objective. Having a smaller backpack and less weight is however often an advantage. I would recommend for a man either a 60+ backpack or a smaller 45+. I personnaly used a 60+ because my most important criterium was to maximize ...
... what my hostel is called or where it is. hmm Then I see a guy with a St Kilda beanie on. 'A St Kilda supporter in Switzerland?' 'Yeah mate, moved here a couple of years ago, who do you go for?' and we were mates. Australians sure are a friendly bunch. We speak of his wife, family and job, my studies and more pressingly the coming dark and my hostel situation. He walks me halfway to one, gives me directions and his number in case I have trouble. Its ...