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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... sautés au Beurre 19,80 € While we were eating it started to snow, so beautiful! After lunch we visited the cathedral and saw the the astrological clock, definitely worth a visit. See photo It was snowing heavily now as we took a stroll around the streets, some areas of the old town are like 'hansel and Gretel land', see photo then headed back to the car for the drive home to ...
... was not reconstructed and it was ruined. However in the year 1802, the land came under the authority of King Frederick I of Württemberg who instead built a hunting lodge at that place.
In the year 1837, the land passed to his nephew Duke Wilhelm of Urach who built the current castle in 1840- 1842. The unique design of the castle which ...
... road could be reached. At times, the limit was 100KM but I don't think you could go over 50KM. After a long drive through pea-soup like fog through logging towns and charming German houses, we finally arrived at Freudenstadt where we stopped at another cafe. We had the largest warm apple strudel covered in vanilla cream with ice cream and whipped cream for good measure. After that, we headed towards ...
... not used to, makes Perth look like a very small country town. Dublin was a little more at my pace. With the centre of the city probably around the same size foot print of Perth's CBD, was easy to get around with the tram that cuts through the heart of the city. Was great to experience Ireland, even though it was just only Dublin, I am sure we would come back another time in the future, and explore the Ireland country side. Was great to catch up with Alan and David ...
... The portion was wayyyy to generous even for our giant Singaporean appetite!
We got lost walking there and lucky for us, we saw two beavers frolicking around in the river. It was quite an experience as the only 'wildlife' we get back home in urban zones are crows, pigeons and recently, rats (hello ...