Grand Hotel Dream
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Allow early check in if rooms are available when you reach. Very friendly front desk.
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... were left to wander the city on our own. We stopped at a few gift shops, enjoyed some ice cream and then visited the famous bridge.
Tonight for dinner, we formally introduced ourselves to one another in our tour group and enjoyed a traditional German meal consisting of soup, turkey nuggets and fries. After a long two days of traveling, we are settling in for a good night's rest!
We left our hotel at 8 am this morning and drove to the Bridge at Remagen. We ran into some traffic, but arrived shortly after 11. We saw what was left of the bridge and also went inside one of the towers to the Peace Museum. This museum had lots of pictures of the bridge before and after the war, plus pictures of some of the men who fought ...
... Why do customs always pick on the crying teenager. Gosh. Another stupid random bag selection and I was on my way, having been move to flight earlier as my actual flight was delayed.
Here I am, alone in an unfamiliar airport with one simple job: go to the gate and get on the plane. Simple. Wrong. Rain had left all of the flights without gate numbers and most delayed, I slowly ...
... of town. The sales are on but there are people everywhere so after an hour or so we settle into a small Japanese restaurant for dinner.
Tomorrow we board our flight for Ho Chi Minh City and then though to Sydney. This is our final blog entry for our holiday, I hope you have enjoyed reading about our holiday and we look forward to catching up with you all on our return.
... 41,50 Thailändische Baht = 1274 Burmesische Kyats = 29242 Vietnamesische Dong und 1,00 Jordanische Dinar. In Jordanien war's am kompliziertesten... :-) Schließlich möchten wir uns noch bei Euch allen für das fleißige Lesen und virtuelle Mitreisen bedanken. Wir hoffen es hat Euch Spaß gemacht, mit uns die Welt zu entdecken. Es war zwar viel Arbeit, den Blog kontinuierlich zu schreiben, aber es hat auch viel Spaß gemacht, unsere Geschichten ...