Extended Stay America - Columbia - Columbia Corporate Park
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4. Justin (violin)
Song of India (N. Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. C. Paul Herfurt)
The Old Rugged Cross (George Bernard, arr. K Campbel), with Abigail Kloetzli
... first thing I did was hop online to check the flight load. Still showing six BusinessFirst seats open and I’m currently #3 on the upgrade list. Departed the hotel at 8:27 and took the subway one stop to Marienplatz, where I transferred to the S-Bahn (commuter rail). Boarded the S8 train to Munich Flughafen at 8:44 (train was six minutes late).
After 16 minutes, I noticed several passengers with luggage getting up and disembarking at Daglfing ...
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... We have a good wander round looking at all the past missions and findings and you go could go in one of the rockets. We then head down to the fun section, which I assume was for children but we had a good play with all the experiments anyway. Afterwards, Eric and James hired bikes and headed off to find Nando’s as Eric hadn’t had one before and me and the girls went to get some lunch too. There were loads of catering vans lined up near the museum but not all your ...
... in and had a sensory overload! The first sight you see is about the biggest elephant ever. In full size. Complete with some plants etc. Wow. I went into the Mammals hall and wished I was a child again. It was completely awe inspiring with life sized mammals (I think they were not taxidermy's, well I hope not) of every species you could imagine separated into the countries they inhabited. The thing that really intrigued me was the way they were presented, not just ...
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