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For those of you just joining our regularly scheduled programming, let me fill you in on the prologue to our day (which I shared with my Facebook network this morning, early, as we were heading out for the airport.) Our cat, Neko, has been quite sick back home, and as a result she became dehydrated enough to require an overnight vet stay and a …
... wife, MJ went to the Library whilst Nick spent a couple of hours there. One of the great thing about this museum is that not only do they have about 100 vehicles (tanks included) but they all go! Sadly, we missed the annual Field Day when all the tanks get to go outside and play! But, Nick got to see the Bundeswehr cleaning the tanks after getting all dirty over the weekend. Did I mention the wake-up call we got? We were staying in a campground near Müden, in the ...
... Maggie was purring, the. Autopilot was working, the vacuum pump was reading normal, out iPads and other toys were performing as advertised. All in all, no problems. We landed right at night after an Airbus in Bremen and there were even fireworks when we were parking ;-) Flight specifics for those interested: 2 hours VFR, altitude 6500 and then 4500. Beers at the airport Holiday Inn toppingoff a crazy cool ...
Hi all, under recommendation from a fellow traveller, I created a drop box account for my picture uploads. Hopefully you can view them. Let me know whether the links work or not. There may not be much context, but at least I can post them. ...
... s biggest landmarks: Schloss Neuschwanstein ! We hop off the train in Fuessen in the Allgaeu Region were we had booked two dorms in a backpackers hostel. The friendly Japanese lady showed us around and we admired the view on Neuschwanstein from the hostels shared balcony before heading to Fuessen Town for good German Food: Kaesespaetzle and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
This hotel (now called the Radisson Blu) is located within walking distance of 90% of what we wanted to see here in Bremen--the Marktplatz and the Schnoor are a few minutes walk down the streets; the Böttcherstraße is right behind the hotel. THe building is undergoing some extensive renovations at the moment; I'd like to come back when it's all done and see what they're going to do! Very attentive staff. Good food. But the location is what won it for me!
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