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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the only difference being changes to the road name, lettering and numbering and the speed increasing from 120 in Belgium to 130 in Holland and the German's simple philosophy of using a vehicle's horsepower limit.
The Lexus RC F I drove recently would have been right at home.
Progress slowed when the autobahn was closed near Essen and we got stuck in a traffic jam. The Sat Nav wanted to put us back on the ...
... Rolf var veldig "Happy", syns også det var bra. Hotellet ligger i en liten dorf, men restauranten var nesten fylt opp i kveld. Det ble jegersnitzel med soppsaus. Neste stopp blir Regensburg. Google translate: Today started with reveille aboard ms Stavangerfjord kl. 0730. Some delay to come ashore because of a car that had jammed. Nearly an hour late ...
... car we will use for the next week, as we are are leaving our Mondeo behind and Wolfgang has kindly offered to sell it for us.
Our three nights back in Bielefeld has gone very fast and we are all sad knowing we have to say goodbye to our German family tomorrow. But we know it will not be forever as we will be back, and Wolfgang and Petra have plans on coming to Australia in a couple of years and it will give us pleasure to return their excellent hospitality.
... It was only a short walk into the town so we went for a look around. Celle is quite a 'show town' and has many many half timbered and very decorative buildings. It suffered no bomb damage during the war so everything is original, not copied, as in many German towns and cities.
It was very hot and most of the pavement cafes were ...
... my cousin Lydia and I sighted clothing sales in nearby shops; and all attempts to enculturate us was shattered?! It's 3:15pm, time for the obligatory "Kaffee und Kuchen" - German afternoon tea for the uninitiated! It's must and a delightful tradition! Some more window shopping, a snack of "Currywurst" before we set of home to Schwuelper to rest our weary bones in anticipation of getting Libby from the Hannover Airport in the ...