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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... been suppressed for weeks, we had to release them, even for two meals; dinner and brekkie. So off we all went to the REWE Supermarket and purchased sufficient food for a small Army for a week. Dinner was prepared and cooked and taken onto a tiny passage/verandah which necessitated everyone standing up if someone walked past. It was all good fun and we all ended up fed and "watered". Another great day cycle ...
76km, 18-35deg, fine, clear blue skies and sunny. We had a bread roll with cold meat and cheese, coffee, fruit and yoghurt in our room for brekkie to start the day. The Mercure provided us with a coffee machine and pods which were renewed every day. Got under steam at 8:30am and were on an immaculate bike path immediately, which is completely normal in Germany. Rode through the park where we were yesterday past the Zoo and onto ...
... building four new railway stations, integrating their station into the Italy to Paris fast train project, and moving all the railway lines underground to create a whole new area of open-space and a new suburb with 250 acres of re-claimed land. The underground and rail networks are currently separate. We've experienced this fully integrated public transport system in other cities and it works very well. Anyway in the meantime the area in around ...
Dad picked us up for breakfast. Nothing special... Just every fruit, vegetable, cereal, meat, bread, fish, dairy item, juice, alcoholic beverage, etc etc known to man!! In immaculate surroundings with ever-attentive waitresses. Not bad, we spose... The ultimate in luxury! Prego was in her element and had a few bits of smoked salmon under the table. We then drove to the ...
... mutters under his breath, "Hopefully he'll offer us a lift back." As we say goodbye, the man does just that, asking, "Should I take you in my car?" Jonny tries his best not to get excited and splutter "YES PLEASE!" instead opting for a more polite and reserved, "Oh, are you going that way?" The kind stranger responds that it is no bother and we all chat amiably on the short journey (much longer walking in the dark) back to Ruby. Our last leg of the day is ...