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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and famous fountain known as "Schoner Brunnen". "The Beautiful Fountain" is a 14th century equisite architectural work with a height of 19 meters. The beautiful churches of Saint Lorenz and Saint Sebald provide a beautiful backdrop to the city. Main Square is also the bustling shopping district.
Today is market day with stalls selling all kinds of merchandise ...
... Chinese before going to circus. It was basically a free jam session for a couple hours, and they had a chair! Well something of equal height, which mean I spend my entire time upside down and most of it inside out too! I was fairly tired by the end of it, but it was great to be back upside down with space to know I'm not going to kick a bowl off the table or something. Although I did get dropped a couple of times. We went back home for a ...
... Once the cake was out, it was time for Kai and I to get ready. Lukas had a driving lesson tonight, so Kai and I were going to Rasmus's place for dinner. Not that I could fit anything in after lunch. We had burgers, sat in a swinging chair, laughed, met his girlfriend and juggled. It was so much fun, and I got to try another type of beer. These guys, all of them, are set on me trying the whole of Bavarian beer in the space of three days. If I didn't know they were mad ...
... he was doing. When I eventually got the box, it was wrapped in Christmas paper with origami lovehearts stuck to the top. I was so...I couldn't say anything to be honest! And then came the gift! Lots of Christmas sweets so have with the mulled wine that was bought, and my favourite...German Phrases for Dummies! I can now get way better at German! Lukas knew me well. P.s. we prepared the wine before the gift and the whole time I was stood on Lukas's feet getting ...
... 4 hour drive to Nuremberg to board the cruise vessel. Pretty uneventful drive through the countryside, crossing into Germany - we had a tour guide on board who gave us some commentary which was useful if not inspiring. We had a refreshment stop about halfway through and then boarded the Panorama. We were shown to our stateroom (no ordinary cabins on this vessel, please) - very luxurious and will do us quite nicely! Quite ...