- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... trip without the Topdeck crew, nobody here looks interesting, Oktoberfest brings the bogans out from the woodwork. I stock up on water bottles for everyone, the price is heavily inflated. In the cafeteria type kitchen I treat myself to a bland meal and hang out for the big drive. As soon as we're on the bus I lie down across two seats with my FC Barcelona pillow, I know there's plenty of seats so nobody needs to bother me, I fall asleep straight away. My sleep is broken ...
... but Justin really did have a way with direction. He was completely right. We stopped in at a pharmacy because Justin still had a headache from last night and bought some panadol. He asked the pharmacist if he could drink on it and the pharmacist said your not meant to. So Justin gave me the panadol to put in my bag as he didn't want to take it if he was drinking! He said he would get it off me when we got home. When we were walking to the hostel, Justin stopped ...
... else and their grandma! No way were all these people going to fit on the same train. I was wrong, but it was close. There were people crammed in shoulder to shoulder like a sardine can and we had to sit in the aisle on the floor for two hours! It was a nightmare train ride and I felt like I was an illegal immigrant on a banana boat. This was more like 4th class. We made it back in one piece and all sat down to an amazing italian restaurant to conclude our day. This by far was the best ...
... really beyond my attempted description. There were also lovely church steeples showing through the trees from a distance also.
Strangely this was a Monday and we saw few workers outside in the fields or in public view.
Getting back to Harburg. I have wondered why so many names end in “burg” and now I understand. It means “Fort” or “Castle” and wherever the word “burg” is used signifies a Castle / ...
... candies, fine German knives, and clean bathrooms. But the crowning glory of the building is Milka Welt located in the basement.
Oh, I'm in heaven! This is chocoholic nirvana! Bliss! The smell of chocolate is all around. And the wonderful memories that the purple packaging inspires in me . . . mom used to pack us a picnic lunch when we went skiing. My dad would ski around with the picnic in his rucksack until lunchtime (later, when he ...