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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... I think I was definitely spoiled by all the great food in Germany.
Simon and his family were actually heading towards where I needed to go the next day for my flight, so they were nice enough to drop me off at the airport. I couldn't have asked for a better stay in Germany, it was such a fantastic time, I learned so much, and had such a perfect stay!
I had three more days to go before my flight back to the U.S., and I finished off where it all started, Madrid, Spain.
... money etc. Ended up with series of texts each telling of further delay. Turns out the apartment is within a street from Check Point Charlie (the old Berlin wall east west crossing) Anyway dropped off in the snow late afternoon so it is dark already we stand outside the block looking at it wondering if we have the right place, when a lady two floors up shouts out a welcome and push the door on the buzz and come on up. She was a ...
Today we drove to Wiesbaden, Germany. We simply drove along the motorway and once we passed a sign on the side of the road, we were there. No need to stop and be checked at a boarder between these 2 countries. On the way we did stop in Cologne to visit the gothic cathedral. This was a masterpiece. The mind boggles, wondering how they built something like this many years ago. Every now and then they need to clean the outside of ...
... It's worth it when traveling with kids.
7.) Learning to change a diaper with the child standing up is essential in Europe.
6.) Never let your diaper and wipes supply dwindle down to less than a quarter full. There are no 24 hour stores in Europe and you never know when a sudden case of "you-know-what" will occur and use up the last of your stash. Be prepared.
5.) Spend a little extra money and ...
... Along the wall were gongs of different shapes and sizes, and throughout the room were various instruments. There were keyboards that you played my wetting your fingers and rubbing the glass sticks under the keys; a long xylophone, and my favourite was a large granite rock with wide slits. You wet your hands and the rock, then rub the rock up and down, over the slits. It made an unreal noise. I couldn't believe wet rock could do that! For the "meditation" we all ...