Holiday Inn Express Singen
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... there. That was also when I met their pet snake who was in hibernation down there for the winter.
Brigitta, Kara and I then went upstairs where I unpacked my bag and they wrote down what clothes I need to buy on monday when we go shopping. After that they left me alone to unpack the rest and put it in the cupboard. I had unpacked as much as I wanted to by then so I sat down in the corner of my room and started to write. Not long after I ...
That's the Logo from the school i will spend 6 weeks. I only going to have math, chemistry, physics and biology lessons. But that's what i was exactly searching for. Thats the end of my Adventure. I hope you liked and enjoyed it. If you mind you can give me a ...
... made no sense). There are numerous shops right outside including many shops selling Venetian masks. After about 10 minutes we found the coop supermarket and picked up some supplies. Of course, the supermarket is on a canal..... Back at the apartment with no internet and no English TV we spent the evening planning out all the sights we are going to see and I read the history of Venice to Stephen from an app that I had ...
... ruin just outside of Singen at Hohentwiel. I manage to navigate our way there without too much trouble. With daylight saving time in effect, tourist attractions remain open for longer hours and although it's after 17:00, there's no problem to get tickets to tour the top of the tower. We make our second steep ascent for the day as we have a 20 min walk before we reach the castle gates, and a further climb to the buildings ...
... 30 to noon free, during which time I have ridden a bike around town and the dirt roads surrounding, through what is undoubtedly the most beautiful countryside I have ever seen, and perhaps will ever see. I'm talking green fields, blue, cloudy skies, tall, grassy fields, a cool river running next to me, and rolling green hills with castles on them in the distance. A 20 minute walk from base camp lies Schlossle, a petite castle with the most stunning views ...