- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Our dinner was also PHENOMENAL. I had never seen or heard of Raclette before, but it's a do-it-yourself style dinner where you put anything you want on a miniature pan and cook it underneath a small stove until the cheese fully melts onto everything you want it to. I was in heaven it was so good. The night also consisted of christmas carols (in German of course) and some dice/card games, some German which I learned, and some American games which I got to teach ...
... German lady who showed us round and made us welcome. We are in a regular suburb in a regular residential apartment block, the apartment is big clean and just perfect for us in Berlin, buses near, underground near. See what happens when you wake at 3 ;) Anyway I will post this, or as the program says publish it and see if I get any other surprises about old and new posts. We explore Berlin in the morning, time for to get some ...
... hiked up the hill. We reached the Schwalbennest in 20 minutes where there were plenty of tourists around enjoying the clear view over the river.
We ended up hiking a little further up to a marker called the Teufelstein (Devil Stone) before turning around and coming back down. It was a nice short hike of 1 hour and a great way to end the day. After we dropped Ryota back home, it was time to have leftovers for dinner.
I arrived here in Germany at 7:00 AM local time (1:00AM my internal clock time)! I had a great flight over, lucked out with an empty row allowing me to stretch out & really relax. Tip #1: Make a note to keep late Wednesday flights in mind when booking your next flight, for cost & crowding reasons!
The first thing I noticed when ...
Getting to Africa is a marathon, not a sprint. After a full day saying goodbye to friends and celebrating Panu’s graduation we got up before dawn on Saturday to make our way to the SLC airport. Our first destination was Chicago. With our rollable backpacks in tow, we took the orange line downtown and wandered about the windy city for hours. It was my first time in Chicago and Panu’s second. I really enjoyed the architecture and ...