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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free airport shuttle
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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Ordentliches Zimmer... Service : na ja- keine Info dass Frühstück an nächsten Tag erst gg 10 möglich ist..
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... and veg were extremely low – in one shop those shelves were bare.
We had our daily walk – into town for lunch and a general look around. The wind was freshening and the uphill walk back to the B&B was invigorating! Another pilot, Jochen from Germany, had just arrived at the B&B on our return. He was flying his Mooney 201 to Florida and that evening we shared a bottle of wine and many stories. Three crew from a Nolinor flight also arrived ...
... the USA. Four separate topics: Glacial ablation, salt and freshwater lakes, shrubification and bio-diversity. All presentations were well given and interesting, a good two plus hours of well researched information and delicious rock cakes! The walk there was noticeable for the cooler temperature and partly overcast skies, what a change, and a fresh wind from the west. As the predominant wind direction has been from the east the little 'plane is tied down pointing that way. We ...
... and reading light – sofa, desk, sink and plenty of storage in drawers and closets.
Itineraries must be flexible. The onboard staff on this One Ocean Expeditions trip included the expedition leader, three chefs, doctor, massage therapist, naturalists, photographers, historian, hospitality staff and kayak leaders for the 16 passengers who'd added the kayaking option. Our voyage was comprised of 95 passengers, 20 staff and 40 crew, including a bridge ...
... places I've ever visited, particularly for a developed country. The Inuit have it amazingly difficult and the poverty, hopelessness, and drug abuse is blatant. Seeing a young man with few teeth trying to sell us a couple puppies, and another high as a kite trying to sell a tapestry, was particularly telling of the conditions there. Now that the dock had defrosted, you could tell the town was also hard at work to bring in as many supplies as they could by boat to ...
... to set the plane down just fine. When I landed, there was snow drifting across the runway because of the wind. I was about to figure out one of the mistakes I made on my trip...
The guy in the tower told me to taxi over to where my handler and the customs officer were. I was so glad to be on the ground. When I turned off my engine ,the customs officers told me to get in the back of their SUV. They ...