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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for us.
Traveling with us is BRUCE AND JAN BENDER from Denver. Friends of Chuck and Yvonne.
bruce had an Uncle whom he never met who died in this Battle of the Bulge. Well, Bruce located that Uncle, Charles Bender, which added to the emotional high. The six of us visited his cross marked grave.
Finally, we learned that the brilliant General GEORGE PATTON, who led the Allies in this
Battle, was also buried in ...
... mat, pillow and towel for the trip. That being said, I did make breakfast most mornings, so I at least contributed a bit.
The days of the trip were taken up with climbing. I had never lead-climbed outside before so that was a really cool step up in my climbing experience. I also learned to set anchors and clean them when I was finished. I climbed with Marieke all weekend, which was perfect, since we get along really well and ...
Some of the Heintzelman relatives (they are Nana's maternal relatives), came from Merzig, Germany. Since it is so close, we decided to visit while we're in the area.
Our first look at Merzwig was pretty spectacular. We rounded a corner and a lovely green valley was spread out in front of us with Merzig at its center.
Merzig is in the Rhineland-Palatinate state of Germany, on the banks of the Saar River. Merzig itself is about the size of ...
We didn't leave particularly early and although it was grey, it looked like it might brighten up later. We recrossed the bridge and cycled alongside the autobahn for a while, past a large power plant then through some woods with industrial areas on the other side. One was a large steel making plant that seemed to use reclaimed and recycled metal judging by the huge piles of metal being craned around. Another seemed to be some type of mineral processing plant as we cycled under a very ...
... a place to go inside.
We'd passed a community sports center earlier, and we headed back there. By the time we reached it, Sage's jacket and pants were soaked (falling down a small hill did his pants in). Joe and I had soaking wet pants and damp heads. Bryn was pretty much dry. It had all taken 30 minutes tops, and shortly after we entered the building, the rain stopped entirely. Since we weren't able ...