Fletcher Hotel Restaurant Paasberg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... the bombings and the majority of the town was sparred. Bamberg is one of Europes most beautiful and well preserved medieval cities with a population of 70000 of which 10 percent are students. The highlights of the city are the old city hall, Little Venice and the Cathedral with its famous "Bamberger Rider" sculpture. Bamberg has 9 Breweries in town. We return to the ship at ...
... Castle, home of Princess von Hohenzollern. Before sitting down for our delicious meal we had time to wander around the castle's opulent rooms. Our meal was served in a very large dinning room. During courses we were entertained by some very talented up and coming musicians. We returned to the ship at 10.30pm. Tomorrow our destination is ...
... more like a working, culture experiencing,
making the best of the moment kind of trip. My general plan is to stay 3 months
in various countries, work my ass off, travel around a bit and off to the next stop.
You know how plans are; dynamic monsters that change rather often and
unexpectedly. But from where I am standing now, I will first go to Berlin to hang
with my family. My next stop would ...
After seeing Castle Doorwerth, we went to the largest WWII cemetery in the Netherlands. It's mostly men who died in Arnhem, there's a monument for them. It's in the next town from Arnhem, Oosterbeek. It's mostly British commonwealth soldiers, some Scottish, Dutch, Canadians, and a few Polish. It was really cool to see the graves, because it had the soldier's national military ...
... you have your card clipped) at about 18 miles, I sat down for 20 minutes. I was, at last, starting to get tired. The adrenaline was wearing off. I hadn't really stopped until that time. The rest did help, but the final five miles I got slower and slower as I stepped gingerly on blistered feet.
I clocked in at 2.30, 8 hours after starting, and limped slowly to the Red Cross Tent. I had to wait 75 minutes for a first aider, but ...